Work In Close Synergy: Sagar To Officials

Stresses For Successful Implementation Of MGNREGA Convergence With Fodder Production

Srinagar – The Minister for Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, . Ali Mohammad Sagar has asked the officers to work in close synergy to ensure the successful implementation of fodder production in convergence with MGNREGA.

The Minister was speaking at a meeting conveyed to discuss the implementation of Fodder Production and Conservation Project in convergence with MGNREGA. The Minister for Animal Husbandry, Aga Syed Ruhullah, Commissioner Secretary Rural Development, . Farooq Ahmed Peer, Secretary Animal Husbandry, . M A. Bukhari, Member Secretary MGNREGA, . Pawan Rathore and other senior officers were present.

The Minister asked the officers to take up the four districts of the State on pilot basis for so that the convergence of MGNREGA with the schemes of Animal Husbandry department can be done and the same can be monitored effectively. He said that by doing so the bottlenecks if any can be removed to ensure the effective implementation in other parts of the State as well.

The Minister later also convened a meeting of the prominent Sikh leaders of the State regarding the holding of elections to Gurdawra Prabhandak Committee. Commissioner Secretary Law, . G.H. Tantary and other senior officers were also present.

The Minister assured them the government is committed to hold elections to the Committee as soon as possible and in this regard every possible help would be extended to them, so that the same are conducted in free and transparent manner.

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