My Town My pride 2.0: DC Shopian listens to people's issues, seeks suggestions for sustainable dev
Post by RK News on Wednesday, December 7, 2022
Shopian, Dec 06: The ambitious ‘My Town My Pride’ Phase-2 programme launched by the government concluded on Tuesday with a grand function held at Municipal Council Shopian. Deputy Commissioner (DC) Shopian, Sachin Kumar Vaishya presided over the function at Shopian and listened to the suggestions and demands of the people.
The citizens on the occasion demanded a separate mechanical division for Shopian, multi-storeyed car parking, beautification of the town, the establishment of a women’s college, strengthening of DH and better medical facilities, better power supplies, and curbing drug addiction among others.
Speaking on the occasion, the DC presented initiatives taken for the development of the town, like the introduction of a cinema hall for infotainment, strengthening of health infrastructure, scientific waste disposal, curbing drug abuse, other facilities like slaughterhouses, etc. he intimated that the government is strengthening ULBs by giving more financial and supervision of departments.
Vaishya appealed to the people to provide suggestions for the development of the town and called upon all to give their full cooperation to the administration for making more strides on improving development parameters. He sought cooperation from all to fight along with the administration on drug addiction and said ‘My Town My Pride’ aims to deliver public services at doorsteps, build developmental initiatives on the feedback, cooperation and participation from people and strengthen strong and vibrant local self-governance.
The DC initially inspected stalls installed by different departments to aware people of their schemes and programmes. On the occasion, colourful and mesmerizing cultural programmes were also presented to enthrall the audience.
Meanwhile, registration counters were set up by the departments at the designated venues where people were apprised of government schemes and beneficiaries were also registered on spot. The two-day event witnessed huge public participation and the town remained abuzz with the festivities of the Government's outreach programme ‘My Town My Pride’ Phase-2.
Educate people about govt’s welfare schemes: Pr Secy ARI
Rajouri, Dec 06: The second edition of the ambitious 'My Town My Pride' program concluded in Rajouri on Tuesday with a plethora of activities carried out across all the ULBs. People in large numbers from all sections of society participated in the program with great enthusiasm.
At Municipal Council Rajouri, a mega program was organized here at Sports Stadium Kheora which was presided over by the Principal Secretary, ARI and Training Department, Ashok Parmar. A number of activities including sports activities, cultural programs and other activities were carried out on the occasion.
The Principal Secretary inspected the stalls set up by different departments including Animal and Sheep Husbandry, Banks, Handloom and Handicrafts, Agriculture Production Department, JKRLM, etc at the venue depicting their schemes and programs.
While interacting with the officers and field functionaries during the inspection of stalls, the Principal Secretary asked them to make dedicated efforts to ensure that the benefits of the government schemes and programs reach to the last beneficiary in the queue.
Ashok Parmar asked them to educate the public about various schemes and programs launched by the government for the welfare of the public and motivate them to avail the benefits of the same. He handed over the keys of commercial vehicles under the MUMKIN scheme and sanction letters to beneficiaries under Day NULM. He also distributed sanction letters to the street vendors under the SVANidhi scheme and agriculture machinery to farmers.
While interacting with the beneficiaries, the Principal Secretary said that a number of livelihood generation schemes have been introduced by the government for the benefit of the public and advised them to avail the benefits of the same. Some sarpanches were also felicitated by the Visiting Officer.