MP Rajya Sabha, Er. Gulam Ali Khatana chairs review meeting at Pulwama

Pulwama : Member Parliament (Rajya Sabha), Er. Gulam Ali Khatana on Thursday chaired a meeting to review the progress of various Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS) and other development works in Pulwama at Circuit House, here.
Deputy Commissioner (DC) Pulwama, Dr. Basharat Qayoom, SSP Pulwama, ADDC Pulwama and other District and sectoral officers attended the meeting.
The chair took department wise extensive review and stressed for enthusiasm and dedication amongst the officers and a problem solving approach.
MP stressed for switching over to renewable sources of energy and for exploring and utilising the religious tourism potential of the District.
The DC informed the chair that work on various Development Projects is going on speedily in the district to facilitate the general public and proper dissemination of information is also carried out regarding benefits of renewable sources of energy and for developing tourism potential homestays have been developed.
SSP Pulwama apprised the chair that War Against Drugs is going on in the district and involvement of different departments has resulted in curbing this menace. District Adminstration Pulwama not only has acted against the Drug peddlers but also focussed on rehabilitation of individuals.
CPO Pulwama apprised the chair about ongoing development projects of the district and the implementation status and progress under Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS). He highlighted the achievements, special initiatives, best practices of the District Administration under different schemes.
Member Parliament appreciated the efforts of District Administration headed by DC Pulwama for making significant improvements in social, economic and development indicators of the District.
He asked all the officers to remain in touch with the people, pay regular visits and organise camps in all the remote and far flung areas so that the people can avail maximum benefits of the schemes meant for the welfare of the people and act as a friend to the applicants with a problem solving approach.

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