CEC Kargil calls for time-bound completion of works

Excelsior Correspondent

KARGIL, Nov 12: Chair-man and Chief Executive Councillor Kargil, Kacho Ahmad Ali Khan today reviewed the physical and financial achievements registered under the annual District Capex Budget 2017-18 at the General Council review meeting held here today.
Executive Councillor for Education, Advocate Muham-mad Amir, Executive Counc-illor for Rural Development, Aga Syed Hassan Armaan Mosavi, Executive Councillor for Agriculture, Muhammad Hussain, Executive Councillor for Tourism, Tenzin Sonam, Advisor to CEC Kargil, Haji Muhammad Shafi, Deputy Commissioner Kargil, Haji Gulzar Hussain, Councillors besides other sectoral officers were present in the meeting.
During the meeting, threadbare discussions and deliberations were held on the implementation of the decisions taken in the annual General Council meeting held in April this year.
The CEC took sector wise review of the projects taken in hand by different departments under District Capex Budget, State sector as well as Centrally sponsored schemes. He directed officers to take concerted measures to further the pace of works in hand and ensure their completion within the stipulated time. He called for optimal utilization of funds for developmental activities being executed by the respective departments.
It was informed that against the availability of 50 percent of the approved allocation amounting Rs 47.23 crore, Rs 26.78 crore stands expended so far representing 56.70 percent of the released allocation.
The CEC, while taking serious note over the slow pace of progress on certain projects, directed the officers to accelerate the pace of work and ensure complete expenditure by the end of December 2017, so that the targets are achieved in the best possible manner.
Kacho Ahmad Ali Khan said that providing best governance and delivery of public services is the foremost priority of the Council. He exhorted upon the officers to work efficiently and in close coordination with the public representatives so as to make substantial changes at the grass root level.