Additional District Development Commissioner (ADDC) Kishtwar, Sham Lal today chaired a series of meetings with concerned officers, here in his office Chamber.The ADDC reviewed the progress of the ongoing Kisan Sampark Abhiyan of Holistic Agriculture Development Programme (HADP) in the district in a meeting with key officials from the agriculture and allied sectors.
This program aims to impart training and orientation to farmers in the district about the various beneficiary schemes offered by the government in agriculture and allied sectors. Chief Agriculture Officer, Amjad Hussain Malik, informed the chair that 28 three-day training camps were conducted across 28 panchayats out of a total of 136 panchayats in the district.
These camps have witnessed the enthusiastic participation of 4,621 farmers, with 2,190 farmers being registered on the Holistic Agriculture Development Programme (HADP) portal.He further informed that all the 136 Panchayats will be covered under the HADP by the end of August 2023.
Stressing effective monitoring of the training program, the ADDC instructed the functionaries of agriculture and allied sectors to provide adequate Information, Education, and Communication (IEC) material to every farmer attending these camps.
The meeting witnessed the presence of several key officials, including Chief Agriculture Officer Kishtwar, Amjad Hussain Malik, Chief Horticulture Officer Sajid Mustafa, District Agriculture Officer Kishtwar Sanjay Sharma, SDAOs and other District officers of concerned departments.
Meanwhile in another meeting of the District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA), the Additional District Development Commissioner (ADDC) approved relief cases under the State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF).
A total of 12 cases were presented for consideration and after thorough discussion and careful verification, 6 cases related to fire incidents and landslides were approved and cleared. The remaining cases were sent for reconsideration to ensure proper evaluation.
Taking cognizance of the pending relief cases, the ADDC directed the concerned officials to submit relief files to the DC office within a specified timeframe. This proactive approach will expedite the clearance process after thorough verification, ensuring timely assistance to those in need.
The meeting was attended by Tehsildars, Executive Engineers (EXENs), and other relevant district officers.Earlier, the ADDC along with Assistant Commissioner Panchayat,Zakir Hussain Wani, and BDO Trigam, Anjil Singh conducted a visit to the Trigam block to assess the challenges and obstacles faced in the construction of the Solid Waste Segregation Plant in different Panchayats, including Agral, Panchayat Trigam C, and Jangwas.
During the visit, the officials actively engaged with the stakeholders present to identify and resolve issues on the spot.Through collective efforts, resolutions were reached, aiming to overcome the hurdles and expedite the progress of the construction project.