Samoon Reviews Dev Scenario in Anantnag, Kulgam


ANANTNAG: Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Dr. Asgar Samoon today stressed upon all concerned to ensure cent percent registration of eligible electorate besides deleting the repetitions and removing the dead electorate from the lists while completing the present round of electoral Roll revision by 15thNovember 2015.
Divisional Commissioner was reviewing the electoral roll revision of Anantnag and Kulgam districts at Dak Bungalow Khanabal. Deputy Commissioners of Anantnag and Kulgam besides all the concerned officers were present in the meeting.
Divisional Commissioner was apprised in the meeting through a power point presentation that wide publicity through mass media, Panchayats, posters, hoardings and educational institutions was given to inform all the eligible voters for facilitating their registration besides door to door campaign by concerned Booth Level Officers.
Divisional Commissioner also took the detailed review of the land acquisition process with regard to four lanning of National Highway and stressed upon concerned officers to complete the process at the earliest.
Divisional Commissioner directed the concerned revenue officers to estimate the losses caused due to recent earthquake so that these are submitted to higher authorities in time. Divisional Commissioner also directed forest authorities to formulate a strategic plan for massive afforestation along the route leading to holy Amarnath cave besides formulating a detailed DPR for waste management during the Yatra period.
Divisional Commissioner called upon all officers to speed up the pace on all the ongoing developmental works so that these are completed well within the fixed time frame.

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