Kulgam: Continuing his weekly inspection programme, the District Development Commissioner Mir Jahangir today undertook visit of Yaripora and Frisal areas to take stock of pace of progress of development projects taken up under various schemes and flagship programmes.
During his day long whirlwind tour, he inspected SDH Yaripora, PHCs at Bugam, Behibag and Tarigam. He inspected wards and reviewed supply position of drugs and medical facilities in each health institute. Expressing satisfaction over the work culture and punctuality of the medical and para- medical staff, he emphasized on improving further sanitation and hygienic conditions both within and outside the hospitals.
The Deputy Commissioner also visited GHSS Yaripora and Water Supply Schemes at Balsoo, Behibagh and Kanjikulla besides half a dozen Govt High Schools coming up under RMSA. He stressed on pacing up execution of these projects with focus on using quality and standard material.
Mr Jahangir during his visit also inspected several important road communication projects, which among others include Laroo Bye pass and Laroo- Munadgafan road. He removed several bottlenecks on the spot that were coming in the way of their smooth execution consulting all the stakeholders.
While inspecting these projects, he underlined the importance of expeditious execution, saying timely completion of the projects is a must to deliver prompt services to the people. He said the projects will not be allowed to suffer for want of funds, adding every quarter will be approached in right earnest to facilitate timeline completion of the development projects.
Chief Education Officer, Chief Medical Officer, Executive Engineers of PMGSY and R & B besides other district officers accompanied the Deputy Commissioner.
Be Part of Quality Journalism
Quality journalism takes a lot of time, money and hard work to produce and despite all the hardships we still do it. Our reporters and editors are working overtime in Kashmir and beyond to cover what you care about, break big stories, and expose injustices that can change lives. Today more people are reading Kashmir Observer than ever, but only a handful are paying while advertising revenues are falling fast.