Action Plan for smooth execution of works held at Kulgam

KULGAM, JUNE 15: In order to review action plan for smooth and speedy  execution  of works under MGNREGA,14th FC and CAPEX and B2V works, a meeting of officers held under the chairmanship of Assistant Commissioner Development (ACD) Mohammad Imran Khan here at mini-secreterait here.

During the meeting, ACD instructed the concerned officers to complete the process of estimation of works within days.

He also directed to upscale pace of works which are under execution of RDD under various programs like MGNREGA,14FC and CAPEX B2V etc.

The meeting was attended by Executive Engineer, REW Kulgam, AEEs, JEs, TAs and other concerned officers from Rural Development Department.

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