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Review meeting at District Kupwara on 21-02-2018

     Director, Rural Development Kashmir along-with team of officers took review of progress achieved  under various flagship programmes under implementation in district Kupwara on 21st February 2018.


     To ascertain the progress made on Chief Minister Commitment issued during Public Darbars held in various districts of J&K a follow-up meeting of 08-01-2018 was held today on 10-02-2018 in the meeting hall of this Directorate. All Assistant Executive Engineers / Assistant Engineers along-with Junior Engineers who are assigned with the works under Chief Minister Commitment were called in the said meeting. The meeting started with power point presentation (district-wise) which depicted ground position of each and every work and each commitment  was discussed threadbare.
     At the outset of the meeting, Director, RDD Kashmir stressed upon all the engineers to ensure timely completion of the works directed by Hon`ble Chief Minister, during her outreach programme and also stressed the need for obtaining feedback from the public regarding the works being done. The Director gave on-spot directions on each work and stressed the officers to play pro-active role in the execution of these works at the ground level.

     Director Rural Development Kashmir, on 7th February 2018 along-with team of officers inspected various works presently under progress in District Bandipora under Chief Ministers Commitment in District Bandipora.

     Connecting Bangi Nowgam with Ashajipora-Mirbazar road was the commitment made by the former Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and the Department has completed it in a record time of 13 working months, The Minister for Rural Development & Panchayati Raj and Law & Justice, Abdul Haq inaugurated a steel girder bridge at Bangi Nowgam in Anantnag.
     On the occasion, DDC Anantnag Mohammad Younis Malik, Director Rural Development Gazanfar Ali, SSP Anantnag Altaf Ahmad Khan, besides, the ACD, BDOs, engineers of RDD and others were present.
     The 1x40m span bridge has been constructed by the Rural Development Department at an estimated cost of Rs: 2.41 crore. It is the first bridge of 40 metres span constructed by the Department in the district. People, present on the occasion, thanked the Department and the Minister for providing the connectivity to the area in a record time.