Himachal

ANNUAL PLANNING MEETING TWICE A YEAR, SAYS JAY RAM THAKUR

February 12, 2018 08:35 PM

Shimla (Vijyender Sharma)

Chief Minister Shri Jai Ram Thakur said that the annual Planning meeting would now be organized twice a year to review the progress made on the priorities given by the MLA's. He said that State Government would ensure that all developmental projects get completed in a fixed time frame besides giving timely approval to the projects which were in pipeline.The Chief Minister was speaking while presiding over the meeting with the MLA's of Mandi, Bilaspur and Kullu districts for finalization of their priorities for the budget 2018-19 here today. 
 He said that government would take strict action against the contactors and officials held responsible for poor quality of roads as large number of complaints were being received from almost all parts of the state regarding irregularities in mettaling and tarring work.

MLA from Karsog constituency Hira Lal urged for developing the constituency from tourism point of view and providing more facilities at various religious places. He requested for providing facility of trauma centre, gynea specialist and filling up vacant posts in Karsog hospital and executing drinking water and irrigation schemes in various parts of the assembly segment and improving the condition of roads.

Rakesh Jamwal from Sundernagar assembly segment raised the issue of taking back the surplus land from BBMB project and utilising it for establishing other offices and facilities for the general public. He demanded for deputing more doctors in civil hospital Sundernagar and PrimaryHealth Centres and making provision for drinking water supply scheme for Dehar and Nihari areas.

Vinod Kumar, who represents Nachan constituency urged for undertaking a special project for developing tourism activities in the constituency which would also provide employment opportunities to local youth. He urged for providing basic facilities and posting of more doctors and paramedical staff in civil hospital Gohar. He also raised demand for fire station atSub-division Gohar and bus stands at Chail chowk and Gohar.

MLA from Drang Assembly segment Jawahar Thakur demanded for early completion of already under construction irrigation, drinking water and other schemes so that people could be benefited. He said anti-hail gun or some similar project should be introduced in his constituency to prevent loss from hails to the agriculture and horticulture produce.

Prakash Rana representing Jogindernagar Assembly segment expressed concern over the poor health and educational facilities in his constituency and urged for posting doctors on PHC Lad Badhol and filling up vacant posts of teachers. He requested for opening of IPH Division in the constituency and meet out drinking water shortage in various parts.

On his demand, the Chief Minister assured that SDM would be asked to sit once in a week at Lad Badhol Sub-Tehsil to facilitate the common citizens.

Inder Singh from Balh, urged for starting drinking water and irrigation schemes for his constituency, construction of buildings for newly opened educational institutes and strict action against those involved in illegal mining.

MLA from Sarkaghat constituency Col. Inder Singh demanded for completion of drinking water supply schemes on war-footing, channelization of Seer Khud and filling up vacant posts of pump operators and fitters. He also urged for CT scan machine in Sarkaghat hospital and filling up of vacant posts of doctors in various health and educational institutes.

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