Utilize allocated budget by December: Abdul Haq to officers; ‘New Zealand to adopt three villages of the State’

Jammu and Kashmir News

SRINAGAR, SEPTEMBER 30: Minister for Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Abdul Haq Wednesday directed officers of the department to utilize allocated budget under different schemes by December this year.

While taking a micro level review of developmental works in districts including Srinagar, Budgam and Ganderbal, the Minister said that actual working season in the valley is up to December, since last quarter of year in the valley witnesses harsh winter due to which works remain suspended.

He asked the concerned officers to ensure completion of targeted works of the year by December. He said that if any funds lapse, the officers concerned will have to take the responsibility and face action. “I will reward officers and every employee’s performance will be reviewed,” he said.

The Minister asked officers to prioritize works that are related to floods. He also asked them to create assets under MGNREGA. “Create some useful sustainable assets in villages under MGNREGA,” Khan added.

The Minister also interacted with technical experts of agriculture, horticulture, and experts in integrated watershed management working on ground. Khan sought suggestions from them pertaining to development of rural areas and agricultural production.

The meeting was attended by Director Rural Development Tasaduq Jeelani, Director Sanitation, Showkat Ahmad Beigh, Mission Director Umeed Arun Manhas, ADDC Srinagar Mr Aijaz, ADC Budgam MA Qadri, Director Panchayati Raj and Assistant Director Planning, Abdul Basit.

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