KUPWARA, NOVEMBER 29: On the third and concluding phase of ‘Back to Village-2’ (B2V2) Programme, 127 Panchayat Halqas were covered across Kupwara district, where visiting officers interacted with people, convened Gram Sabhas and assessed the requirements with regard to their developmental issues.
District Development Commissioner (DDC), Anshul Garg, visited various Panchayat Halqas in Kupwara. He inaugurated additional accommodation for Sub Centre, Hatmulla. He provided one Paddy Thresher (Farm Machine) from Agriculture Department to the farmers while attending Gram Sabha at Hatmulla. He also provided 7 stick and 2 hearing aids among old aged persons. DDC also distributed 75 Insurance Cards under Pradhan Mantri Kisan Mandan Yojna(PMKMY) at the same village. 200 organic seed pockets have also been distributed among farmers on the occasion by Agriculture Department.
The DDC also inspected under Construction Bridge, at Hatmulla, connecting Hatmulla with other villages. DDC asked concerned engineers to remove the bottle necks and speed up the construction work.
At Muqam-e-Shah Wali village, the DDC planted Pine Saplings and participated in Gram Sabha. He informed the villagers that the Government is committed to address all developmental issues of every village, projected in Gram Sabha during Back to Village Programmes. He said Rs.5 lakh have been spent in the village for the development of various small works including improvement in water supply.
He also laid foundation stone for surface levelling of play field at Government Middle School Muqam-e-Shah Wali at an estimated cost of Rs.5 lakh.
ADC Handwara, Nazir Ahmad Mir, SDM Karnah, Dr. Bilal Mohi-ud-din Bhat and SDM Lolab, Ahmad Hussain oversaw the B2V2 Programme in their respective areas.
ADC Handwara visited Machipora, Trakpora and Shanoo Gram Sabhas and distributed sticks and hearing aids among aged persons. While SDM Karnah, inaugurated playground at Boys Middle School Loontha, Tangdar, developed at a cost of Rs.3.60 lakhs. He also inaugurated Rs.5 lakh Link Road leading to the Loontha village.