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Bottlenecks in some projects in Anantnag needs intervention of secretariat level: Atal Duloo

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Srinagar, Jul 20 : Financial Commissioner, Health and Medical Education Atal Dulloo Saturday said that bottlenecks in some of the projects in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district needs intervention of secretariat level for the resolution.

Talking to news agency, Duloo who chaired a meeting of officers today in Anantnag district said that Deputy Commissioner (DC) Anantnag and other officers are doing a fine job but there are some bottlenecks in some of the projects.

He added that to resolve these bottlenecks, there needs an intervention at of secretariat level. “We are identifying these bottlenecks and will be pursue at secretariat level,” he told.

Duloo also said that all the issues pertaining to officers, funds, offices will be resolved soon. “We have already started a process for the better implementation of flagship projects,” he said.

He further said that the issues pertaining to delay in completion of road projects being carried out by PMGSY and others were discussed threadbare in a meeting today. “These issues will also be resolved,” he added. (KNS)

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