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DDC Kupwara reviews progress achieved under deliverables, Jan Abhiyan B2V4

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KUPWARA: The District Development Commissioner (DDC), Kupwara, Doifode Sagar Dattatray on Tuesday convened a meeting of concerned officers to review the progress under Jan Abhiyan, Back to Village-4 (B2V4) outreach programme.

The meeting held threadbare discussion as per the agenda and the officers were entrusted with responsibilities accordingly.

The DDC received feedback from every officer regarding achievement of deliverables and asked all line departments to prepare and submit Gram Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP) for 2023-24 by 26 October.

He directed concerned officers to coordinate with ACD Kupwara. He also directed Agriculture, Horticulture, Fisheries, Sheep/Animal Husbandry, Social Welfare, NRLM and all other officers to give at least one activity under GPDP.

The DDC gave the slogan of one department one work in each Panchayat. He said that the base of development in Panchayats is GPDP which will also be a database available with the Administration.

He also stressed the need that PRIs should also prioritize the works of GPDP.

The DDC directed the District Youth Services and Sports Officer to classify the play grounds in 4 categories for further development.

The DDC directed Block Development Officers to use their creativity during the preparation of GPDP.

Regarding establishment of Rural Haat, the DDC directed the representatives of NRLM to connect all self-help groups, artisans and concerned departments including Fisheries and Sheep Husbandry departments and ensure minimum basic facilities like road connectivity, toilet facility, power and water supply at the designated locations.

He also directed him to establish Rural Haat on Fridays and Sundays. The DDC asked all concerned departments to extend support to the NRLM.

The DDC stressed upon the officers to work with added dedication and ensure that cent percent progress is achieved in the public outreach programme B2V4.

Later, the DDC convened a separate meeting of the Rural Development Department and reviewed the pace of progress.

He stressed upon the BDOs to play a proactive role while working in the field as the department of Rural Development is directly connected with the development of rural infrastructure and economy.

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