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Accountability, transparency key to development: Altaf Bukhari Chairs DDB Anantnag meet; Approves Rs 202.19 Cr plan

YB WEB DESK. Dated: 5/13/2018 9:48:31 PM

Minister for Finance, Labour& Employment, Syed Altaf Bukhari Saturday said that accountability and transparency holds key to development and the present dispensation is committed to provide a clean and efficient administration to people.

The Minister stated this while chairing District Development Board (DDB) meeting of Anantnag district to discuss and approve the annual district plan today.

The meeting was also attended by Minister for Rural Development & Panchayat Raj Abdul Rehman Veeri, Minister for Tourism Tasaduq Hussain Mufti, Vice Chairman Gujjar &Bakerwal Adversary Board Gulzar Ahmad Khatana, legislators Syed Farooq Andrabi, Ab Rahim Rather, Abdul Majeed Larmi, Mohammad Amin Bhat, Mohammad Altaf Wani, Gulzar Ahmad Wani and Sofi Yousuf, DDC Anantnag, besides Divisional heads, district and sectoral level officers.

Stressing on the judicious use of resources, Altaf Bukhari, who is also Chairman of DDB Anantnag, impressed upon the officers to put in their sincere and dedicated efforts for proper utilization of the funds allocated under various schemes. He also directed HODs to conduct frequent field visits to monitor the quality and pace of developmental works. He thanked all the public representatives for their support and asked the officers to take into confidence the local representatives while implementing developmental projects.

He impressed upon the officers to work with added zeal and zest. He said that accountability and transparency in the administration is the key to develop a people-centric mechanism.

On the occasion, he directed the Director Technical Education that vocational courses like carpentry, catering, mobile repairing, fashion design courses etc should be introduced on an immediate basis in the newly constructed Polytechnic College Larkipora.

The Minister also asked the DDC to hold regular meetings to assess the implementation of the developmental and welfare schemes adding that the officers concerned will be made accountable for their work.

The board approved an annual outlay of Rs. 202. 19 crore for the year 2018-19.

Earlier, the District Development Commissioner Mohammad Younis Malik briefed the meeting about the achievements made under various sectors in the district. He said that against an availability of Rs.199.03 crore for the year 2017-18, an expenditure of Rs.193.39 crore has been made amounting to 97.17% of the total availability.

He also highlighted the socio-economic indicators of the district in terms of healthcare, education, availability of infrastructure and the level of literacy and unemployment.

Giving break-up of the expenditure, the DDC said that under PHE sector Rs.16.38 crore were spent on 26 water supply schemes in the district. While as under MGNREGA an expenditure of Rs.105.90 crore was made up to the end of March 2018 which among others include completion of 3407 works, 88620 job cards and generating Rs.41.88 lakh man days.

Similarly, under PMAY 1537 cases were sanctioned out of 3503 cases and the first instalment in favour of 1286 beneficiaries has also been released.

 

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