Shopian: In order to listen and redress the grievances/issues of people at their doorsteps, the District Development Commissioner (DDC) Shopian, Faz Lul Haseeb on Wednesday presided over the Weekly Block Diwas programme at Chitragam.
During the programme, various issues pertaining to rural development, developmental and welfare requirements, welfare and employment based issues were put forth by PRI members and public representatives of the areas for redressal.
The event witnessed enthusiastic participation of people from various spheres of life.
Issues of public importance including availability of drinking water under JJM, construction of bridge at Satrajan Chitragam Reban road, ambulance at chitragam, establishment of Workshop at Chitragam, Rationalisation of staff in animal/sheep husbandry and health institutions, macadamization of left out roads, establishment of Fire Service Station and Hospital at Chitragam were brought into the notice of authorities.
Besides, upgradation of High school to Higher Secondary School, Health Centre at Dachoo, upgradation of infrastructure at UPS Dachoo, Playfield at Dachoo, primary school at Kashowabridge at Narwani D.K. Pora road, and various other demands were flagged-off during the weekly outreach programme.
The DC gave a patient hearing to demands raised by people and directed the concerned officers to ensure prompt and speedy redressal of issues and demands of people.
Officers present on the spot also responded to various queries and issues raised by the people and various other issues were also redressed on the spot.
While interacting with the people, the DC said that the main aim and objective of Block Diwas is to take a firsthand appraisal of issues and grievances of immediate nature for timely redressal at the doorsteps of people.
The DC directed the officers to work with missionary zeal so that the people of the area may not be deprived of their genuine rights.
Among others, the programme was attended by PRIs, besides district/sectoral officers and representatives of line departments.
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