Ensure awareness campaign reaches 5 lakh people in next 30 days: DC Anantnag

DC Anantnag Dr Piyush Singla chairing a meeting on Wednesday.
DC Anantnag Dr Piyush Singla chairing a meeting on Wednesday.

Excelsior Correspondent
ANANTNAG, Nov 17: Dr Piyush Singla, District Development Commissioner, Anantnag chaired a district level meeting of all district / sectoral officers and laid out a detailed mobilization plan for carrying out massive awareness activities in the next month. The meeting was a follow up to the directions issued by LG Manoj Sinha regarding awareness among the masses about various public welfare measures in place. The DC emphasized that atleast 50% of the population must be reached out in the coming month.
Regarding, ‘Apki Zameen Apki Nigraani’, the Deputy Commissioner laid stress on publicizing the importance and benefits of this landmark measure taken by the Government. He directed all Tehsildars to prepare targets for coverage of the entire population in their tehsils and report the same. They must ensure that though the process of viewing land records on the portal is simple, they must ensure appropriate handholding among the public so that the masses can reap benefits.
The Deputy Commissioner informed the gathering that under Yogyata se Rozgar Mahotsav, felicitation of persons recently appointed by the Government will take place. The aim of the event is to celebrate merit and demonstrate the commitment of the Government that merit shall be the sole basis of appointments to jobs.
‘Janta ki Scheme Janta ki Bhagidari’ is an initiative of the government to ensure public participation in the process of policy formulation and implementation. Dr Singla said that the officials must ensure that the schemes being implemented on the ground must be brought in the purview of the public. Further public opinion and grievances must be solicited. He also said that the government is committed to ensure clean and corruption free development and the same must be translated on ground by the officers of all departments.