DDC Reasi visits Arnas, listens to public grievances as part of Block Diwas

Reasi: District Development Commissioner Reasi, Indu Kanwal Chib today conducted an extensive tour of Arnas and listened to grievances of people of Arnas, Thuroo, Jij Bagali and Thakarakote blocks as part of the Block Diwas.
The DDC was accompanied by ACD, Anirudh Rai; SDM, Dharmari, Faz-Lul Haseeb; Tehsildar Thuroo, Dr. Riaz Chowdhary; XENs of various engineering wings, district officers, BDOs, other block level officers and field functionaries.
BDC Chairpersons of Block Arnas and Thakarakote also attended the Block Divas.
A large number of people including PRIs of Panchayats Kanthan, Kanthi, Judda, Salal, Dhanour, Thuroo, Hunder, Jij, Gari, Chinkah, Thakrakote and various other Panchayats turned up to register their grievances.
The Sarpanchs of the area sought better road connectivity, renovation of school buildings, adequate health facilities, up gradation of PHE and PDD infrastructure, provision of playground in each Panchayat, adequate staff in schools and related issues concerning their respective areas.
The DDC resolved several issues on the spot besides issued instructions to the concerned departments for looking into all the demands for early redress.
The officers informed that most of the works under Back to village have already been added in the plans and shall be executed in a phased manner.
The DDC assured the PRIs that all their issues would be taken into consideration met in a time bound manner. The DDC instructed officers for effective implementation of government schemes like ICDS, PMKSN, AYUSHMAN Bharat, Ujjwala Yojna and other programmes.
She also asked the district officers to attend Block Divas camps weekly for resolving public issues besides creating awareness among the people about the government schemes so that eligible one can avail the benefits.
Earlier, the DDC inspected the stalls set up by Health, Agriculture, Horticulture and other departments for displaying their respective schemes.
Similar Block Diwas events were held for listening public grievances at Reasi, Mahore and Katra where public gathering put forth their problems before the designated officers.