Follow a 4-pronged strategy – The Kashmir News
Thathri-Gandoh road declared as national highway, 1683 projects completed in Doda
Doda // Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha has said that a 4-pronged strategy has been formulated in Jammu Kashmir which is being implemented. Outlined the strategy. He said that this includes speeding up infrastructure development, availability of credit for youth and farmers, giving special encouragement to the food processing industry and strengthening the mechanism of providing basic facilities to all. He said that people Based projects should target the last person in the queue in terms of service delivery and livelihood opportunities. In a meeting, the progress of implementation of Central and UT schemes and mega development projects in the district was reviewed. This is the third district visit of Lt. Governor in three days after Poonch and Kishtwar. inaugurated the newly constructed Government Degree College Kalhotran and 125 m motorable bridge over river Chenab along with 7.30 km approach road at Sui Gowari, Doda at a cost of Rs.14.85 crore. He observed that PRIs and District The administration needs to coordinate projects and identify developmental activities. The Lt. Governor reviewed interventions to increase farmers’ income and encourage the use of modern agricultural technology among the farming community. The Lt. Governor directed the district administration. Directed to prepare a comprehensive district plan for agriculture and allied sectors in collaboration with SKUAST.
He called for more focus on one district per product so that the export of agricultural products would increase significantly which would have a direct impact on the income of the farmers. A comprehensive report was sought on the progress of key projects including quarters and teaching hospitals. Width of NH-244, High Altitude Medicinal Plant (AYUSH) at Bhaderwah; Government Degree College, Kastigarh; Multipurpose Indoor Sports Hall at Doda; Government Polytechnic Doda; 100-bed hospital at Gandhu and directed to ensure timely completion of ongoing projects. Regarding the prestigious mega project of NH-244, the Lt. Governor directed the NHIDCL authorities to induct more manpower and machinery so that The project should be completed within the stipulated timeline. The Lieutenant Governor directed the authorities to take all road safety measures by installing crash barriers on the national highway, regular checking of vehicles, radium signs to prevent accidents. solve all forest clearance issues together with Reviewing the progress under the Jal Jeevan Mission, the Lt. Governor directed the Jal Shakti Department to encourage local and youth contractors to participate in the tendering so that all targeted schemes are completed in time. Lt. Governor said that 4 Atal Tinkering Labs, 3 KGVs and 5 Girls Hostels have been sanctioned. Regarding digitization of deposits and distribution of land passbooks, Lt. Governor said. Directed the concerned revenue authorities to ensure that visits to the offices for registration The running public will not have to suffer due to unnecessary delay in the process. He further directed that digitization of land records and distribution of land passbooks should be completed within a specified date.