JAMMU, APRIL 30, KDC: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha interacted with the people through LG’s Mulaqaat online platform today and heard their grievances.
“Timely redressal of citizen’s complaint is our top priority and LG’s Mulaqaat is an effective medium to achieve this objective,” the Lt Governor said while taking appraisal of the grievances’ redressal.
The Lt Governor stressed upon coordination and monitoring of the schemes at the district level to fulfill the aspirations of every section of our vibrant society.
“It is a new era of challenges and opportunities and every citizen must be empowered to contribute to nation building”, the Lt Governor observed.
On the grievance of a complainant from Jammu regarding encroachment, Deputy Commissioner Jammu apprised the chair on the matter and said that the issue will be resolved soon after verifying from the revenue records.
On a complaint of Anwar Hussain from Kathua pertaining to cleaning of existing Pond in his village, the Lt Governor impressed on the collective efforts of the residents in ensuring clean and pollution free surroundings of their area.
The Lt Governor directed SMC Commissioner to find an immediate solution for the grievance register by Ms Samina Mufti regarding the inconvenience due to pungent smell from a dumping yard.
The Lt Governor also directed the senior officials to attend at least one event of the ongoing Kisan Sampark Abhiyan, training program launched under Agriculture & Allied Sector’s Holistic Development Plan.
Rehana Batul, Commissioner/Secretary, Public Grievances conducted the proceedings of the LG’s Mulaqaat.
Atal Dulloo, ACS, Agriculture Production Department; R K Goyal, ACS, Home Department; Administrative Secretaries; Divisional Commissioners, DCs, SSPs, Heads of the Departments, and other senior officers were present during the interaction, in person and through virtual mode. (KDC)