DC Bandipora Dr Owais Ahmad reviews progress of works under District Capex Budget

3316 works targeted for completion this year under DCB

Deputy Commissioner Bandipora, Dr Owais Ahmad, Bandipora, Kashmir, Jammu And Kashmir, Jammu & Kashmir

Bandipora : The Deputy Commissioner (DC) Bandipora, Dr Owais Ahmad today reviewed the progress of works proposed under District Capex Budget (DCB) 2021-22.The meeting discussed detailed proposals under the District Capex Plan, 2021-22 including physical status of projects targeted for completion in the current fiscal and took a comprehensive review on the progress of developmental projects undertaken by various departments.It was given out that Rs 529 Crores have been earmarked for the financial year 2021-22 with major thrust on Jal Jeevan Mission (51%), PMGSY (21%), Rural development Department (8%), Education & Health (8%) etc.The DC informed that 3316 works have been targeted for completion for the financial year 2021-22 which includes 114 Water supply schemes, 24 PMGSY works, 23 Urban Development Works, 13 works of Education, 07 Hospitals, 13 Roads, 09 Irrigation Schemes and 1875 MGNREGA Works.Officers informed that 629 works have been completed so far under different schemes and Rs 16.61 Cr have been spent so far out of the released budget of Rs 70.81 Cr.The DC sought details from the heads of departments including Rural Development department, Health, JKPDCL, R&B, Jal Shakti and other sectors about the approved works, tendering status and status of estimations besides progress of ongoing projects/works.

While reviewing the progress on framing of estimations, the Joint Director Planning informed the meetings that 1147 estimates are to be framed for DDC works, BDC works and PRI works out of which 473 estimates have been received for further action. He said besides that 35 estimates have also been framed under capex works.Speaking on the occasion, the DC said that district administration is committed to ensure that all development projects/works are completed within a set timeline. He stressed on the concerned officers/officials to take all possible measures to accelerate the pace of the ongoing works for their time-bound completion and directed for regular monitoring of works.While deliberating on the development plan of the current year, Dr Owais said the government has taken up the water supply issue as a priority area and under Water Security Plan water supply shall be provided to each HouseHold with 51 percent budget being invested in the sector . He said 45000 HHs shall be provided 100% FHTC (Functional Tap Connections) under JJM.He said for the first time 30 Filtration Plants and 60 Service reservoirs are being added to the system. “All 114 Schemes of JJM have been put to tenders and the massive & ambitious single year target has been set for 21-22” he added.Dr Owais said that 21 percent of the budget is being spent on connectivity of remote areas. He said owing to its topography the district poses challenges in road maintenance and upkeep and the administration is working on two fronts- identifying and projecting new roads, Bye-passes and charging existing schemes to the fullest.Joint director Planning Imitiyaz Ahmad, Assistant Commissioner Development Ab Rashid Dass and other senior officers of all the departments were present in the meeting.



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