KATHUA, SEPTEMBER 16:- District Development Commissioner Kathua, Om Parkash Bhagat, today asked the departments to speed up the process for redress of public grievance being projected at Jan Abhiyan public hearings.
He was speaking at Public Grievances Redress Camps in Hiranagar and Kathua held to mark First Block Diwas. Along with SSP, Shailendra Mishra and District heads of line departments were also present.
At Hiranagar, BDC Chairman and deputations from panchayats of Dinga Amb, Marheen, and Hiranagar blocks presented their issues mainly related to road connectivity, water scarcity, veterinary dispensary, menace of drugs etc.
The DDC highlighted the significance of three week long Jan Abhiyan which he said aims to improve delivery of public services and redressal of public grievances. He issued on spot directions to the officers for speedy disposal of grievances pertaining to concerned departments before the last Block Diwas scheduled to be held on 30th September 2020.
SSP Kathua assured that a strict vigil mechanism will be adopted to nab the culprits involved in drug peddling in border villages.
At Kathua, Block Diwas was held in the premises of National Fish Seed Farm where Panchs, Sarpanchs and people from Keeriyan Gandyal, Barnoti, Kathua and Nagri blocks registered their grievances.
Issues ranging from Pending MGNREGA payments, road repair, water conservation projects, monkey menace in Kandi areas were highlighted by the deputations.
The DDC assured that grievances registered during the Jan Abhiyan will be prioritised. He called upon the Panchs, Sarpanchs and Departments to work in close liaison for achieving 100% Aadhaar seeding of all Individual beneficiary oriented schemes before 30th September 2020.
On the occasion hundreds of Domicile certificates, Income and Category certificates were also distributed among the applicants.
Among others ADC Atul Gupta, SDM Hiranagar , ACD, Block Level Officers were also present.