Deputy Commissioner Pradeep Kumar Agrawal on Wednesday exhorted the officials to ensure timely completion of all the development works by personally supervising the implementation. Agrawal spoke this during the review meeting of District Development Committee in Bachat Bhawan. Taking the serious note over the absence of executive engineer, Public Health Department, Khanna in the meeting, he ordered district treasury officer to stop his May's salary.He asked Additional Deputy Commissioner (D) Shena Aggarwal to check the concern court's record where deputy director horticulture has claimed to appear today as he was also absent from the meeting.DC told Public Works Department (PWD) officials to send a complete report about the condition of various roads including Ladowal-Hambran, Jagraon-Raikot, and Ludhiana-Hambran so that repair work can be started there immediately.He told all executive officers of all municipal councils to procure the water samples from various areas and ensure the supply of clean water to the people.
Agrawal also ordered Labour department officials to reach out more labourers so that they can also get the benefit of the welfare schemes and asked them to give training to PWD's contractors and their staff so that labourers working under them, can also avail the benefits. The DC told Block Development and Panchayat Officers (BDPOs) to send the utilization certificates of all development works timely. He revealed that UCs of various projects belonging to BDPO Sudhar, Pakhowal and Ludhiana-1 are pending for long times which creating problems in audit work of panchayats.He ordered the heads of all departments to send their Annual Confidential Reports (ACRs) by May 31 so that these can be sent to the government for next action and he will not take any ACR a day after.Further, Agrawal gave requisite directions to other departments' officials including NABARD, BACKFINCO, GLADA, Municipal Corporation, Improvement Trust, health department, Mandi Board, Animal Husbandry, Dairy, Food and Civil Supply, Education officials and sought the status reports of works.