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Redressal of people’s grievances Govt’s first priority: Avny Lavasa

Asks officers for effective implementation of departmental schemes

JAMMU, MAY 28: Deputy Commissioner, Avny Lavasa today conducted an extensive tour of Block Marh and adjoining areas to get first-hand account of the public grievances and sensitize the officers of different departments, especially Rural Development Department about delivering   benefits of government sponsored schemes at people’s doorsteps.

During the tour, the DDC members, public delegations, besides scores of individuals apprised the Deputy Commissioner about the problems being faced by them in day to day life.

The PRI members one by one highlighted the issues regarding their respective Panchayats, which were mainly related to shortage of water and power supply, Revenue services, land compensation, issuance of ration cards, PMAY, Road connectivity, drinking water availability, installation of hand pumps, health centres etc.

The Deputy Commissioner gave a patient hearing to the PRI members, delegations and individuals and passed on the spot directions to the concerned officers for early addressing their genuine grievances.

She assured that the highlighted issues of public importance will be taken up with higher authorities besides all the pendency and public service delivery slackness shall be reviewed thoroughly.

The Deputy Commissioner also convened a meeting with the district officers and enquired about the implementation of flagship government schemes including SWAMITVA, writing of Jamabandis, issuance of Domicile and other certificates, PMAY, KCC etc.

The concerned official informed the Deputy Commissioner that writing of Jamabandis is almost completed and rest will be completed within the time limit.

The Deputy Commissioner also impressed upon the officers to work with zeal to achieve the development targets and delivery of the benefits of schemes to the rural masses. She said that redressal of public grievances should be given prime focus.

She asked the officers to sensitize the people about the online services, especially regarding the revenue department to enable them to avail these services at their doorsteps.

 

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