As part of ongoing Jan Abhiyan programme, Awami Muhim/ Jan Sunwayi Muhim was Thursday organised at Anantnag and Baramulla districts of Kashmir division.
During the campaign, the respective District Development Commissioner’s held public darbars which witnessed the overwhelming participation of different stakeholders including BDC Chairpersons, PRIs among other citizens.
At Anantnag: District Administration organized a programme for Ex. Servicemen, Specially abled persons of the District to redress their grievances and issues.
On the occasion, District Development Commissioner (DDC) Anantnag, K.K Sidha listened to the issues and demands of Ex. Servicemen and physically challenged persons and redressed some of these on spot and assured them that their genuine issues will be fulfilled in a phased manner.
DDC also issued three laptops among three students one from Zaiba Aapa Educational Institute Bijbehara and two students studying in AMU.
Among others the programme was attended by GM.DIC Anantnag, ACR, ACD, DSWO, DPO and other senior officers.
The Jan Abhiyan Awami Muhim programme was also held at Achabal.
At Baramulla: Deputy Commissioner Baramulla Dr G N Itoo held a day-long Jan Sunwai (public darbar) at Tilgam village of Pattan area which witnessed the overwhelming participation of different stakeholders.
On the occasion, the concerned stakeholders highlighted various grievances and demands meant for the overall welfare of the area.
The DC gave a patient hearing to all the demands and grievances and assured that all their issues shall be taken with the concerned authorities. He also issued on spot directions to some officers to redress some of these grievances in a time bound manner.
Meanwhile, DC announced that JK bank ATM shall be commissioned at the said location for which he directed the concerned authorities to initiate the process for the same.
He also urged upon the people to identify the land for the establishment of seasonal agricultural/horticultural stores adding that various measures are being taken for the welfare of farmers.
Dr Itoo also distributed incomes and domicile certificates among the identified students and termed it a step forward towards an effective public service delivery system.
SDM Pattan, Syed Faheem, ACD Baramulla, CAHO, CEO, CAO, CHO and BDO Pattan besides other district and sectoral officers among others concerned functionaries were present on the occasion.