Secy Cooperative visits Panchayat Kunfer in Ramban, interacts with PRIs and locals

Excelsior Correspondent

RAMBAN, Oct 30: Secretary Cooperative, Yasha Mudgal, today visited Panchayat Kunfer in block Ramban as Visiting Officer under ongoing ambitious “Back to Village” Phase- IV programme to assess the status of developmental process and implementation of beneficiary oriented schemes as well as needs of the Panchayat.
Secretary interacted with representatives of PRIs and locals at Panchayat Ghar to take stock of their issues pertaining to welfare and development of their respective areas.
She listened to the issues raised by the participants during Gram Sabha including augmentation of water supply scheme, up-gradation of high school upto Higher Secondary School at Chanderkote, posting of more doctors and paramedical staff in NTPHC Chanderkote, establishment of Shopping Complex, Ambulance, and construction of overhead bridges etc.
Meanwhile, District Development Commissioner, Ramban, Mussarat Islam, briefed the Secretary about initiatives being taken up by the departments of District Administration to resolve all the issues of public interest pertaining.
Secretary also inspected healthcare facilities available in NTPHC Chanderkote, progress on construction work of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya building and functioning of Khidmat Centre. She directed the executing agency to complete the execution of building work. She directed the Deputy Registrar Cooperative to intensify awareness drives to sensitize the people about schemes of Cooperative sectors.
Interacting with the people, she outlined the significance of the ‘Back to Village’ Programme, saying that the main motive behind launching this Government- people interface programme is to ensure that not even a single person is deprived of the benefit of development schemes. She emphasized upon the people to ensure their proactive engagement with the district administration in taking the development profile of the district to top.
Secretary also directed the departments to achieve the targets of deliverables to saturate the schemes of their respective departments. She said that the government is providing a big opportunity to each and every individual to raise their issues more freely at their doorsteps during the ongoing Outreach Programme across the UT of Jammu and Kashmir.
Earlier, Secretary inspected the stalls set up by the NRLM besides other departments for disseminating information regarding centrally sponsored schemes and other government programmes.