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Delay in disposal of files, worst form of corruption: DDC Budgam
Reviews progress on B2V1, V2 & V3 works


Srinagar, Feb 06 (KINS): The District Development Commissioner (DDC) Budgam, Shahbaz Ahmed Mirza today termed the delay in disposal of cases as the worst form of corruption.
The DDC said this while chairing a meeting here to discuss the progress and issues pertaining to B2V1, V2 & V3 programmes in the district.
He stressed upon all the officers to work proactively and deliver the benefits of the B2V1, V2 and V3 programme to the public at an earliest.
During the meeting, the CPO apprised the chair about the progress achieved in all B2V works while taking up detailed department wise review.
Speaking on the occasion, the DDC said that estimation, technical sanction and allotment for remaining works of B2V2 and V3 shall be finalized at an earliest. He stressed for time bound completion of works under the ambitious B2V program.
He instructed the BDOs to improve the performance at ground level and speed up the process of estimation and accord of administrative approval so that the targeted B2V1, V2, V3 works could be completed in time.
The DDC directed BDOs to submit action taken reports within 10 days. He stressed on the quality of works undertaken, convergence wherever required and proper utilization of funds so that the rural population is able to avail benefits of B2V1, V2, V3 works.
The meeting was informed that the work is going on in full swing on all B2V works.
Among others, the meeting was attended by CPO  Budgam, ACD, CMO, CEO, Ex. Engineer R&B,  PHE, PDD, REW all BDOs and other concerned officers and officials.(KINS)

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