DC Rajouri conducts extensive tour of Subdivision Koteranka


Inspects progress of work on under construction works 

RAJOURI,: In a proactive move towards accelerating developmental initiatives, Deputy Commissioner Rajouri, Om Prakash Bhagat, embarked on a comprehensive tour of the subdivision Koteranka, evaluating the ongoing projects and engaging with local communities to foster collaboration and support.

During the tour, Deputy Commissioner Om Prakash Bhagat diligently inspected several key developmental projects, including the Eco-tourism park at Kandi, where work has stalled due to financial constraints. Recognizing the inherent tourism potential of the region, Deputy Commissioner Om Prakash Bhagat earnestly appealed to the local populace to rally behind the district administration in bolstering tourism endeavors, particularly emphasizing the significance of the homestays scheme initiated by the Government.

Moreover, the Deputy Commissioner Rajouri also undertook a meticulous assessment of potential sites for the construction of the Government Degree College building at Koteranka, engaging in thorough discussions with concerned stakeholders to ensure expedited progress in this vital educational endeavor. He reaffirmed the administration’s commitment to facilitating the establishment of the GDC building for the benefit of the local populace.

In addition, Deputy Commissioner Om Prakash Bhagat visited the site earmarked for the construction of the Eklavya Model Residential School at Hubbi, where certain local issues had arisen. Swift to address challenges hindering progress, the Deputy Commissioner directed the Tehsildar to promptly resolve the matter, underscoring the administration’s resolve to commence construction without delay.

Furthermore, the Deputy Commissioner paid a visit to Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya at Koteranka, where he engaged with both staff and students, encouraging them to aspire for greatness and diligently pursue their ambitions. Responding to concerns raised by the staff, Deputy Commissioner Om Prakash Bhagat assured timely redressal, reaffirming the administration’s unwavering commitment to quality education.

At the community health center in Kandi, Deputy Commissioner Om Prakash Bhagat emphasized the paramount importance of ensuring top-notch healthcare services for the public, urging medical staff to redouble their efforts in delivering quality care to the community. He also inspected the ongoing work on building of CHC Kandi.

Additionally, the Deputy Commissioner inspected the Koteranka-Khawas road project, a transformative infrastructure initiative poised to significantly enhance connectivity and socio-economic development across the region. With an estimated cost of Rs 68 crores, spanning over 30.2 kilometers, this pivotal project holds immense promise in uplifting the lives of local residents.

Furthermore, Deputy Commissioner Om Prakash Bhagat visited the fish farm at Phalni, where trout fish is cultivated, underscoring the administration’s commitment to diversifying economic opportunities and promoting sustainable practices in the region.

Officers who accompanied the Deputy Commissioner during his visit were SE PWD(R&B) Devi Dayal, EXEN PWD (R&B) Sardar Khan, Tehsildar Sahil Shah, and other officers and officials.

Overall it was a transformative tour which optimizes proactive governance and a steadfast commitment to propelling district towards a future brimming with promise and prosperity.

Voting Poll
Should Centre conduct Assembly Elections in Jammu and Kashmir?