Rajouri, Nov: 30: Referring to the closure of the gate of Police station Rajouri during his visit, Deputy Commissioner Rajouri Rajesh K Shavan today said no one is above law and the law will take its course.
He convened a meeting of the concerned officers to review the employment generation status under various self-employment generation schemes in the district and enforcement of COVID control measures in the district.
He reiterated that all the Joint teams of the Civil, Police and Health Department should work in a coordinated manner at the ground level for the larger good of the public and enforce the Covid control measures in a strict sense.
Everyone is accountable and answerable to the District Magistrate in the district and he has ample powers to punish and reward the concerned, he said.
While reviewing the self-employment schemes, the DC said that the Government is providing a vibrant medium for engagement and empowerment of youth by launching various self-employment generation schemes and it is high time to generate mass awareness on such schemes and motivate the educated unemployed youth to avail the benefits of the same.
While reviewing the progress under the MUMKIN scheme, the DDC asked the AD Employment to submit the panchayat wise list of self-employment cases that have been sanctioned, those whose cases are under process and youth identified to be provided benefits of MUMKIN scheme.
Talking about the role of the Cooperative Societies in boosting the economy of the district, DC said that Cooperative societies can play an important role in self-employment generation activities and boosting the economy of the district.
He asked the concerned to engage the unemployed youth in Cooperative Societies so that they can earn on their own.
DC said that most of the cooperative societies have become non-functional in the district. He asked the concerned to take concrete measures to revive all the societies.
It was decided in the meeting that 640 cooperative societies would be constituted by different departments in the district.
While reviewing the progress on PMEGP, the DDC asked the concerned officers to motivate more and more unemployed youths to come forward and avail the benefits under the scheme. He also reviewed the progress regarding the youth being trained under RSETI.
Meanwhile, the DC also reviewed the status of the works approved under the Tribal sub-plan and asked the concerned to expedite the progress so that the works are completed within the set deadlines.