Deputy Commissioner Rajouri, Vikas Kundal, today presided over a crucial meeting to discuss the action plan for the identification of suitable land under world's largest grain storage facility Scheme in Rajouri district. The scheme is being implemented by the Cooperative Department.
The primary objective of the meeting was to initiate the process of identifying and acquiring suitable land for the ambitious project, which aims to establish state-of-the-art grain storage facilities in Rajouri district. This significant step is part of the larger scheme to enhance food security and ensure the availability of quality grains for the people of Rajouri.
During the meeting, Deputy Commissioner Vikas Kundal emphasized the importance of expediting the land identification process to ensure the timely implementation of the project. He directed all concerned departments to collaborate closely and utilize their expertise to identify the most suitable land for the grain storage facilities at the earliest.
Addressing the officers, Deputy Commissioner Vikas Kundal stated, "The establishment of the grain storage facilities under the world's largest grain storage facilities Scheme in Rajouri district is a momentous undertaking that will significantly contribute to our goal of achieving food security and sustainable development.
It is crucial that we work together diligently and proactively to identify the perfect site for this landmark project."The Deputy Commissioner passed directions to officers to execute the task with utmost professionalism and efficiency.
He further emphasized the need for thorough site assessments, taking into consideration factors such as accessibility, infrastructure, and environmental impact. The proposed grain storage facilities will play a vital role in ensuring a steady supply of grains, reducing post-harvest losses, and boosting the agricultural sector in Rajouri district.
By providing state-of-the-art storage solutions, the project aims to enhance the shelf life and quality of grains, leading to increased farmer income and improved food security for the entire region. The meeting concluded with a clear directive to all concerned departments to commence the process of identifying suitable land for the establishment of these world-class grain storage facilities immediately.
The Deputy Commissioner instructed the officials to maintain close coordination and provide regular updates on the progress made in land identification.It is expected that the establishment of the world's largest grain storage facilities in Rajouri district will serve as a shining example of innovative agricultural practices and contribute to the overall development and prosperity of the region.
The meeting was attended by the CPO Mohammad Khurshid, CAO Sohan Singh, ACP Sheraz Chowhan, DSHO Mr. PP Sagotra, Dy Registrar Cooperative Societies, Adnan Rather, DSWO Abdul Rahim, DHO Shafqat Mir, LDM Sanjeev Bhasin, DDM NABARD, and other concerned officers.