District Level Implementation Committee (DLIC) under the chairmanship of District Development Commissioner Nasir Ahmad Naqash today reviewed the progress being made in Baramulla under the central governments ‘Transformation of Aspirational Districts’ programme during a meeting convened here.The meeting was attended by Director Planning A G Malik, heads of various departments besides other concerned officers from the district.During the meeting, the DC reviewed the District Vision Plan 2018-22 document created for district Baramulla. Under this vision plan, the State Government has sought Rs 2000 crore to be spent over next five years for implementation of various developmental programmes. This allocation is in addition to the existing funds available for various CSSs.The DC expressed satisfaction over the vision document and said that the baseline and monthly targets defined under the document should be timely met. He impressed upon officers to ensure 100 percent achievement of targets under all performance indicators for each sector defined under the programme viz health and nutrition, education, basic infrastructure, financial inclusion, skill development, agriculture and water resources.Dr Naqash impressed upon all concerned functionaries to do a detailed resource mapping in the district and ensure efficient allocation of all available resources so that the planned growth for the district can be achieved within the set time frame. He asked the officers to make all concerted efforts required to register overall development in all sectors so that the district can become an example for other 115 aspirational districts selected under the programme.Pertinent to mention that NITI Aayog has identified 115 Backward Districts in the Country for convergence, integration and focused attention, which includes two districts of Jammu & Kashmir viz. Baramulla and Kupwara.Meanwhile Deputy Commissioner also reviewed the implementation of Road Safety Action Plan 2017-20.Additional Deputy Commissioner Baramulla Farooq Ahmad Baba, ARTO Sopore Syed Noor din Andrabi and other concerned officers were present during the meeting.