Public redressal camp held in Bhagwah
DODA :-To redress the grievances of the people living in the far flung areas of the Doda District, a camp was held at village Bhagwah yesterday by District Development Commissioner Doda, Mubarak Singh.
Chief Planning Officer Doda,Y.S Katoch, XEn PWD (R&B) Division Doda, BDO Bhagwah, AD Food, AEE PHE Division Doda, AEE PDD Division Doda, NT Bhagwah, Officials of Agriculture, Health and Horticulture Department, Sarpanches and Panches, prominent citizens and representatives of civil society besides other officers of District Administration were also present in the camp.
While redressing the grievances of the masses, DDC impressed upon the officers and field functionaries of various departments to work with devotion, dedication and determination for the benefit and welfare of the people living in the area.
Stressing upon the fact that development is a continuous process, DDC gave onspot instructions to the R&B department to expedite the execution of ongoing works and to immediately start pending works. He also directed Power Development Department Doda to augment the Power distribution network in the area so that the people can get uninterrupted power supply.
Appreciating works taken up under MGNREGA, he impressed upon the Rural Development Department to take up tangible and durable works in an innovative manner as per guidelines for the larger interest of the community. In this regard, he sought full cooperation from Panchayati Raj Institutions and public.He also advised for taking up diversified activities like dairy farming, vegetable growing etc. which will enhance income of farmers.
Expressing concern over the supply of contaminated water to the inhabitants of the area, DDC directed PHE Department Doda to take necessary steps for the construction of Filter Plant so that safe drinking water is supplied to the area to prevent any outbreak of water born diseases. Underling the importance of soil conservation, DDC Doda said that the construction of Check Dams will help in restoring of the water table, increase in vegetation cover and prevention of flash floods in the area.
DDC also gave awareness about Systematic Voters Education and Electoral participation programme of Election Commission of India. He highlighted the importance of vote and the participants were encouraged to increase the voter turnout and to contribute in the nation building. He stressed upon the ANMs, ASHA workers, Anganwadi workers etc to participate in Electoral process especially to enhance female electoral registration to reduce gender gap in Voter enrolment.
Inspecting various ongoing developmental works in the area, DDC impressed upon the executing agencies to maintain quality of work and enhance the pace of execution to complete the works within stipulated time.