Precious Kashmir News
Srinagar, Sept 30: The 3rd Block Diwas/ Youm e Block, a part of ambitious Jan Abhiyan programme was Wednesday observed across all the districts of Kashmir division, during which concerned District Development Commissioners (DDC’s) and other officers listened to public issues, grievances and demands.
The Block Diwas was observed to take appraisal of local issues from the general public for accurate and on ground assessment and redressal of the same thereby providing governance to the public at their door steps.
The DC’s on the occasion highlighted the objectives of the Jan Abhiyan, Jan Sunwayi, Dehi Taraqiyaati and Poshan Abhiyan programmes informing the public that these grand public campaigns are aimed at reaching out to the people for redressal of their grievances and addressing developmental issues.
In Shopian, the DC Chaudhary Mohammad Yasin visited several areas of tehsil Keegam and took stock of demands and issues of the public here.
The DDC distributed Domicile certificates, Sports material, KCC, Horticulture passbooks, health cards and category certificates among the beneficiaries of various villages.
In Kulgam, the DC visited block Pombay, Manzgam and other blocks where he presided over mega functions, organized in connection with the Block Divas.
He also distributed various certificates, sanctions letters and also distributed blankets among PMAY beneficiaries.
In Kupwara, Additional District Development Commissioner (ADDC), Kupwara, Mohammad Ashraf Bhat chaired Mega Block Divas of 4 blocks including Kupwara, Drugmulla, Hyhama and Qadirabad here.
On the occasion, an interactive session was held in which the BDC Chairpersons and PRIs put forth their grievances and demands before the officers.
After giving a patient hearing to their issues, the ADDC issued on spot directions to the concerned officers to resolve their genuine problems and demands on priority basis.
In Baramulla, Deputy Commissioner (DC) Baramulla, Dr G N Itoo held a day long Jan Sunwai (public darbar) in Narvaw block of the district that witnessed the overwhelming participation of different stakeholders including BDC chairperson, PRIs besides other citizens from the adjoining areas.
He also distributed cheques worth Rs 45 lakh as financial assistance among the registered labourers of Narvaw block. He also distributed several income certificates, farming equipment, LPG chullas and other vital equipment among the identified beneficiaries.