Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori has felicitated 30 officials for their exemplary performance in reducing pendency in Sewa Kendras and contributing immensely in making Jalandhar a leading district in terms of lowest pendency in Sewa Kendras, in Punjab. Notably, Jalandhar district is maintaining its zero pendency status, which is lowest in the state.Deputy Commissioner while handing over appreciation letters to best performing officials said that it was only team work that has led to this position. He further added that all of us must continue working with renewed zeal and passion to maintain this top position. He stated that more appreciation letters would be given to officers/officials for making Jalandhar a leading district in flagship programs of the state government.
Officials who received appreciation letters included superintendent MCJ Kamal Roop, Junior Assistant MCJ Satnam Singh, ASI Jaswant Lal, ASI Manjinder Singh, Constable Amanpreet Singh, Sanjeev Chauchan and Ritu Sharma from Civil Surgeon Office, Amritpal Singh, Rajinder Kumar, Jagraj Chopra, and Mandeep Singh from LA branch of DC Office, Amarjit Singh and Satinder Singh from health department, Parmod Kumar, Rakesh Kumar clerk SMO Nakodar, Jaspreet Singh District trainer Sewa Kendra, Lovejot Chander computer operator, Naresh Kumar Senior Assistant Tehsil-2, Balwant Singh Junior Assistant Tehsil-2, Nidhi clerk DSSO Jalandhar, Varinder Kumar DSSO, Himanshu Arora clerk EOMC Nakodar, Ganesh Kumar from SMO Shahkot office, Mukhtiar Singh Junior Assistant Shahkot SDM, Pawan Kumar block accountant PHC Mehatpur, Seema Rani computer clerk CHC Adampur, Jaswant Rai junior assistant Tehsildar Phillaur, Honey Bansal Clerk Sub Tehsil Kartarpur, Angrej Singh Reader Tehsil-1, and Narinder Singh reader Tehsildar Shahkot.The felicitated officials thanked Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori for recognizing their services and reiterated their commitment to maintaining top position in terms of lowest pendency in Punjab.