Dulloo expresses displeasure over poor implementation of Horticulture schemes
Calls for completion of projects on time
SRINAGAR: Additional Chief Secretary (ACS) Agriculture Production Department (APD) Atal Dulloo on Monday expressed his displeasure over the slow progress in the implementation of different schemes in the Horticulture Sector.
He impressed upon the concerned officers to gear and focus on spending the released funds to finish the projects at the earliest.
While taking a review of the progress made on the deliverables for the year 2022-23 in the Horticulture Sector, Dulloo asked the officers to put in their best efforts to achieve the targets under the head in set timelines.
Dulloo was chairing a meeting of officers to take a review of progress made under UT CAPEX, Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS), NABARD and Deliverables 2022-23 in the horticulture sector.
During the meeting, detailed deliberations were held on physical and financial progress made by the Departments under Capex 2022-23 and CSSs during the current financial year.
The meeting held threadbare deliberations over different components of each scheme and discussed activity wise capital expenditure of the Horticulture Department and other allied activities in J&K UT
The meeting also discussed the major targets of the financial year 2022-23 which include development of nurseries, support under development of high density plantation nurseries scheme, establishment of walnut nurseries, establishment of plant protection, soil laboratories, post harvest management centres besides procurement of machinery and equipments.
Earlier, a detailed presentation was delivered wherein an overview of approved outlay and expenditure under various schemes.