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DC B’la Inaugurates Good Governance Week Celebration at B’la

Adopt Good Governance Practices, Improvised Public Delivery System, Dr Sehrish Asgar to Officers_

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Baramulla, December 19: In connection with the celebration of Good Governance Week being observed today across the district titled “Prashasan Gaon Ki Aur” under the theme ‘Sarkar Har Shehri Kay Dawar’ to ensure prompt & efficient public grievances disposal and improved service delivery to people, the Deputy Commissioner Baramulla, Dr Syed Sehrish Asgar today inaugurated a workshop at Dak Bungalow Baramulla here.

Additional Deputy Commissioner Baramulla, Zahoor Ahmad Raina, Joint Director Planning, Mohammad Yousuf Rather, Assistant Commissioner Panchayat, Officers of Education, Rural Development Department, other concerned functionaries besides beneficiaries at large were present in the innagural workshop.

At the outset, the Deputy Commissioner Baramulla inspected stalls that were installed by various departments to sensitize people with regard to the service and schemes being provided by the government.

On the occasion, the Deputy Commissioner handed over Golden Cards among various beneficiaries under PMJAY-Sehat.

After Inspection of stalls, the DC while addressing the gathering said that “Good Governance Week” provides us an opportunity to march rapidly to create a transparent and efficient Public Delivery System and to further improve governance.

She said that district administration has chalked out detailed plans of the activities to be held during celebration of Good Governance week to redress public grievances and improve service delivery mechanisms so that people are benefited at grass roots level.

Dr Sehrish Asgar further said that during the week long celebration, campaigns against various initiatives including Corruption, Drug Abuse will be intensified across the district besides various activities will be carried out for improving the digital services in the district.

Meanwhile, Dr Sehrish Asgar directed officers for saturation of Self Employment Schemes for around 6000 beneficiaries identified in Back to Village Programme 4 by 25th of this month.

While appreciating the innovative initiatives taken by various departments in different sectors to streamline and improvise the Governance to benefit the common people, the DC lauded the efforts of Education, Health and other such departments which worked tirelessly in the public service.


She further emphasised upon all district officers to set examples by focusing on what good can be done for the welfare and benefit of people at grass root level.

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