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ITAGAR, Nov 7: Chief Minister bam Tuki on Friday called upon the district administrations for timely completion of all on-going infrastructural projects in the state. “Please work double shift as this is the prime season for working at ground zero,” Tuki said while reviewing all ongoing central as well as state flagship programmes and schemes in each district through Arun VIKAS video conferencing with the district administrations of the state. He reiterated that all construction jobs should be completed within the winter season before the onset of monsoons when working on the ground becomes difficult. This is his second video conference with the district administrations conceptualized for knowledge sharing and assessment of schemes, an official communiqué said here today.
The marathon video-conferencing took stock and discussed on the 12 state government flagship programmes, Trans-Aruchal Highway, Cement Concrete roads along with draige, 132 KV transmission line, construction of stadiums and mini-secretariats and status of Vision 2030 document.
It may be noted here that while the Trans-Aruchal Highway is passing through all the districts, mini-secretariats are being constructed at Changlang, Roing, Daporijo, Khonsa, Seppa, Tezu, Ziro, msai and the state capital in the first phase.
Similarly, construction of cement concrete roads are going on at Yingkiong, Tezu, Pasighat, Aalo, Bomdila, Roing, Longding, Ziro, Khonsa, Changlang and the state capital while outdoor stadiums are being constructed at Chimpu, Aalo, Tezu, Yupia, Daporijo, Pasighat and Ziro.
Reviewing each flagship programme, the Chief Minister expressed satisfaction over the progresses made by respective districts. He particularly appreciated the efforts put in by the districts to plug revenue pilferages and thus contributing significantly to the state exchequer through revenue collection.
“We have set a goal to provide guaranteed employment to at least one member of each family, be it self-employment or in the private or public sector. This can be achieved through all the mentioned schemes launched by the state government. I ask you to give top priority to this objective,” Tuki urged the deputy commissioners.
He suggested to make the district, sub-divisiol and circle level monitoring committees more effective and sought quarterly reports on the progress and status of all schemes.
To eble Deputy Commissioners to take up need based projects in their respective districts, the Chief Minister assured to provide Rs 50 lakh each to all the district administrations under their untied fund.
Concluding with a discussion on Vision 2030 document, the Chief Minister urged the Deputy Commissioners to expedite the process of compilation and submit it to the government. He emphasized the DCs to focus on ‘micro level planning’ in compiling the vision of their respective districts.
Besides calling for early submission of disaster assessment report to eble the central team to inspect, Tuki also requested the DCs to identify successful schemes and public demands, which can be incorporated in the next budget.
The video conference was attended by the Chief Secretary, all Commissioners, Secretaries, top government officials and representatives of Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL), the communiqué added.