ADDC inspects works of RDD in Khari, Ramsoo

Newspoint Bureau
Ramban, June 3
A day-long tour was conducted by the Additional District Development Commissioner (ADDC) Ramban Ravinder Nath Sadhu to inspect the works executed by the Rural Development Department and PWD in different Panchayats of Block Ramsoo and Block Khari, today. ADDC Ramban was accompanied by the Block Development Officer Khari Jahangir Ahmed Giri, engineers of works department and REW along with field functionaries of the concerned Panchayats.
During the inspection the ADDC interacted with the general Public at Bawa Trigam , Kawana and Mahu Lower. The major works inspected by ADDC included Foot Bridge Sehmatpora Khari Upper-B constructed at the Est cost of Rs 10.95 Lacs and foot bridges at Choulnari Mahu Upper and Khowra Trigam Upper which are likely to be completed by the Department very soon at the Est Cost of Rs. 13.94 and 14.67 respectively. These twin Foot bridges will connect two Panchayats of Trigam Lower- A and Trigam Lower-B comprising population of around 5000 souls.
The Foot bridge at Choulnari will cater to the Population of village Bajnari, Badhal, Manzimhall and Kudji.
Besides, ADDC also inspected Pacca Path at Gharat Nallah Kawana, Water Catchment Drain Yarwan to Pathri , Pacca Path Masjid Mohallah Higwah of Panchayat Trigam Upper, Food Store Kawana , Play Field at Nachlana and Approach Path to the Foot Bridge Nallah Zagar at Mahu Lower. He urged the people to extend cooperation to the Department during the execution of works so that tangible assets are created to change the rural face of the backward areas. While inspecting the works, ADDC expressed satisfaction over the quality and quantity maintained for the works both completed and under progress in the entire belt. Showing his concern over the dilapidated condition of Mahu Mangit road, ADDC stressed on the executing agencies for early competition of the same besides making it motorable so that people do not suffer any more.
ADDC also inspected HSS Mahu and expressed his displeasure over the shortage of teaching staff. In this regard he suggested for devising innovative teaching techniques in such a way that the shortage of subject teachers is compensated to some extent. While interacting with locals at Mahu, the issue of damaged transformer was raised and in response to this, He assured that necessary instructions shall be passed to power department for its early replacement.

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