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DDC Kupwara inspects developmental works in Kalaroos block

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Kupwara , 06 Mar 2021

The District Development Commissioner (DDC), Kupwara, Imam Din today inspected ongoing developmental works in Kalaroos block and asked Assistant Commissioner Development and other concerned officers of Rural Development department to speed up the developmental tempo in the district especially in far flung areas.The DDC directed the concerned officers to ensure completion of all on-going works within the stipulated time frame. He directed them to take all necessary measures for maintaining the quality standards in construction works besides ensuring regular inspections of works and submit the inspection reports to the higher authorities.The DDC directed the ACD to fix responsibility of poor quality works on the construction of the Tile Path at Izzgund village so that recoveries can be effected and further action under law can be undertaken against the officials involved in the execution of poor quality work.

During the visit, the DDC inspected various on-going works at Izzgund, Surkoli and Kanipora villages coming up at a cost of Rs.8.84 lakh. The works which were inspected include construction of paths, bunds, irrigation khuls etc.At Parrypora Surkoli, the DDC inspected ongoing construction of Irrigation Canal being constructed under Integrated Watershed Development Programme.The DDC on occasion met several public delegations who put forth various developmental issues of their villages before him. He heard them patiently and issued on spot directions to the concerned officers for time bound redressal of the public issues.The DDC during the visit was accompanied by JD Planning, Ab Majeed, Assistant Commissioner Development, Mehraj-u-din Shah and other concerned officers.

 

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