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Dy CM for early completion of works to augment power sector

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Jammu: Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh Friday said that the officers should ensure that the targets set for completion of various centrally sponsored schemes are achieved within the stipulated time to augment   the power sector and provide   uninterrupted  power supply to people.

The Deputy CM was speaking at a meeting convened to review the progress on implementation of various centrally sponsored schemes  under  power sector and the status of electrification of the un-electrified villages in the state.

While asking the officers to ensure  timely completion of the various schemes, Dr Singh said that they should hold regular meetings with the executing agencies and the field staff to get the requisite feedback about the status of implementation of these schemes to achieve tangible results on  ground.

He said that we have see to it that the Prime Minister’s Power for all is properly implemented in the state so that the people are  provided with un-interrupted 24×7 electricity.

The Deputy Chief Minister said the schemes should be taken up  on a mission mode so that they are successfully implemented. He said the state would fully supplement the central initiatives so that these programs are completed within the stipulated timeframe.

“The Prime Minister’s vision of providing 24×7 electricity to every household of the state would be implemented in transparent and efficient manner so that there are no un-electrified villages or hamlets,” Deputy Chief Minister added.

He said in order to speed up the implementation of various schemes, central PSUs have also been roped in as project management and implementing agencies.

The Meeting was informed that there are 30 projects under taken to improve transmission network in the state under Prime Minister’s development package where as several projects are underway for improving  the distribution sector  and most of these would be completed within the stipulated timelines.

The Deputy Chief Minister while reviving the electrification of un-electrified villages of the state directed for ensuring the targets set are met in time bound manner . He also while taking serious notice of the non adherences to the targets set in the Kishtwar district ordered for suspension of the Superintending Engineer and Executive Engineer with immediate effect.

While reviewing the SAUBHAGYA scheme, the Deputy Chief Minister was informed that survey in respect of all the parameters  have been completed and necessary care has been taken for identification of the beneficiaries, who stand identified with  cooperation   of the local  representatives of the area.



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