Jammu – Director Estates, Mr. Ramesh Koul today reviewed arrangements for this years darbar move to winter capital, during his visit to Civil Secretariat and Housing Quarters viz Ahata Amar Singh, Ahata Tawaza, Company Bagh, New B.C and Old B.C at Jammu.
Deputy Director Estates, Executive Engineer, Estates and other senior functionaries of concerned departments accompanied the Director.
The Director enjoined upon the officers to complete all the face-lifting, repairs, renovation and other maintenance works well before opening of the winter Secretariat so that the departments could function in a hassle free and conducive environment. He also took stock of the status of renovation of residential quarters at various locations and asked the concerned to ensure timely completion of all repair and renovation works.
Mr. Koul informed that the department has set up a complaint redressal cell in the office of Deputy Director Estates Jammu with installation of toll free No 18001807013 for the move employees so that they can register their grievances on all working days during office hours.
The Director Estates was apprised of the progress on various works being executed in the Mini Secretariat which included construction of light weight structure on the top of Mini Secretariat, modernization of clerical halls and other vital works. He directed the executing agencies to keep their activities at maximum to complete the works in a stipulated time frame.
Mr. R.K. Koul asked the concerned officers and executing agencies to further gear up their men and machinery for timely completion of all repair and renovation works so that the move employees may not have to face any inconvenience in this regard.
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