Union Minister sought details from J&K govt in implementation of crucial schemes


New Delhi:Union Home Minister Amit Shah has sought detailed reports from the Jammu and Kashmir government in implementation of crucial schemes for poor, downtrodden and destitute.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah has expressed his dissatisfaction over the slow implementation of Centrally Sponsored Schemes that include pension for the poor, destitute, old-age, and widows besides a series of schemes under Integrated Child Development and Protection (ICDS) that includes free nutrition for the poor children between the age of 0 to 6 years and also the long delay and hiccups in completing prestigious projects including fly-overs, hospitals, drainage system, and crucial road links.

The Union Home Minister is keen to ensure that the benefits of Central schemes reach poorest of the poor without waiting for long time. So various teams will monitor the progress of the schemes and also suggest how the loopholes can be plugged so that proper implementation takes place.”

The officials said the MHA has sought detailed progress reports of all the major schemes including those being run under the department of Social Welfare and also the Roads and Buildings department so that timely implementation takes place and poor people get benefit besides common people reap the benefits of development, peace and prosperity.

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