Veeri reviews implementation of CM’s commitments in Anantnag

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By Fast Kashmir on 23/12/2017.

Veeri reviews implementation of CM’s commitments in Anantnag

          ANANTNAG, DEC 23: Minister for Revenue Relief, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Abdul Rehman Veeri today reviewed the implementation of Chief Minister’s commitment in Anantnag.

          He reviewed the status of various public importance projects in different sectors including roads, buildings, school, agriculture, horticulture; education committed by Chief Minister.

          Veeri assured the officers that adequate funds would for released for the implementation of all the 283 decisions/ directions.

          He stressed on maintaining synergy between different departments to expedite the speedy implementation of Chief Minister’s decision. 

He also impressed on the concerned agencies to give credibility officers to the institutions as committed by the present government.

          The Revenue Minister asked the officers to expedite the land acquisition for the projects at the earliest and submit Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) to the concerned agencies for the earliest implementation.

          While expressing satisfaction over the implementation of Chief Minister’s decisions, the Minister directed the officers to further speed up the process of implementing decisions.

          During the meeting, Veeri said that implementation of decisions at an earliest would provide succor to the common man who had approached Chief Minister with a hope of redressal of their issues.

 “People have a lot of expectations with the present dispensation and it is our duty to fulfil their expectations,” he said.

          He reiterated the commitment of the government to develop all the regions of the state and bring governance to the doorsteps of the people.

Stressing the importance of the implementation of the road infrastructure projects, Veeri said that better connectivity is one of the driving forces of the economy.

           He also voiced the importance of horticulture sector in Kashmir and its contribution to employment generation and economy of the state.

 “Horticulture sector has supported the people of Kashmir even in bad times. We need to ensure that initiatives like irrigation schemes, introduction of high-density apple plants aimed to increase the production for better returns are implemented at earliest for the betterment of our growers.”

          Deputy Commissioner Anantnag Mohammad Younis Malik gave a detailed overview of all the decisions and directions of Chief Minister and their implementation status.

The meeting was attended by the concerned officers from line departments.