DC assesses progress of flagship programs, stresses on geo-tagging of completed projects

DC assesses progress of flagship programs, stresses on geo-tagging of completed projects

PASIGHAT, May 19: East Siang Deputy Commissioner Tamiyo Tatak today assessed the progress of various flagship programmes in the district.

Chairing a coordination meeting here, the DC reiterated on ensuring 100%  Adhaar seeding for facilitating  the delivery of benefits of various schemes under the social sector to the targetted beneficiaries and asked the District Statistical Officer to expedite Adhaar enrollment by pressing in additional enrollment agencies. With this we can implement DBT at the earliest, he underlined.

He asked to attain the goal of Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM), and achieve the target to make the district 100% Open Defecation Free (ODF) at the earliest, while taking stock of the progress made by PHED in terms of coverage and construction of sanitary toilets under Individual Household Latrines (IHHL) scheme.

Formulate a time-bound road map to attain the goal of 100% ODF status, he added.

While advocating proactive efforts towards achieving the developmental goals, he emphasized on geo-tagging of completed projects.

Terming that infrastructure projects, particularly vital projects are assets of the district and state in general, Tatak said that proper feasibility study in every aspect including site selection in close coordination with stakeholders and other agencies should be undertaken before the implementation.

Further, he called for ensuring quality of works in various infrastructural projects taken up in the district by different executing agencies.

On agri and allied sectors and various flagship programmes under implementation, the DC asked for follow-up on the performance of the beneficiaries and the improvement in the economic and productivity level. Explore areas for promoting feasible schemes, he emphasized.

The meeting also discussed early operationalization of civil terminal in Pasighat ALG. (DIPRO)

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