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Health camps, Gram Sabhas held

Visiting officers lay foundation stone of new works

Ramban, November 29 | As the Back to village phase II enters to the last segment of implementation, the Visiting officer reached to their assigned Panchayats here to assess the progress on the decisions taken during B2V1 and listen to the people’s issues.

They held detailed deliberations with the Panchs, Sarpanchs and concerned officers across 48 Panchayats of 4 blocks of Ramban, Batote, Rajgarh and Gandhi.

The officers also held interaction with a cross-section of society to understand their problems, issues, grievances and demands which shall be projected to higher authorities through a detailed prescribed Performa.

Visiting Officer, Mission Director for National Health Mission (NHM) J&K Dr Bhupinder Kumar, inaugurated a free health check-up camp and laid the foundation stone for the construction of fencing wall of Government High School in his assigned Panchyat Chanderkot of block Ramban.

He also sought information about the implementation of various individual-oriented beneficiary schemes on the ground level.

Meanwhile, Special Secretary to the Government, Agriculture Production Department, Ravinder Nath Sadhu – the visiting officer for Maitra Govind Pura Panchayat chaired a largely attended Gram Sabha in which a threadbare discussion was held on all the issues raised by the PRIs as well as the general public.

Ravinder Sadhu reviewed the ground situation of essential services and performance of line departments. He inquired from the concerned officers and officials about the delivery of essential services and other basic commodities to masses in remote and hilly areas.

Additional District Development Commissioner (ADDC), Ramban Nawab Din also visited various panchayats of Block Ramban and interacted with the general public and listened to their grievances.

The ADDC expressed hope that the feedback so obtained will help the government to assess the needs and prime requirements of the people. He urged upon the cross-section of society to participate in large numbers so that a viable database, as well as vision document, could be framed for the overall development of their Panchayats.

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