STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Advisor to the Governor, Khurshid Ahmed Ganai, on Tuesday listened to people’s issues here. He met several public delegations and individuals who apprised him about their issues and demands. Delegations of state government employees of various departments also met with the Advisor, to raise their job-related issues. The Advisor gave a patient hearing to the demands and assured due consideration in a phased manner. Later, the Advisor Ganai chaired a meeting to review the functioning of the departments under his charge. Director Floriculture Babila Rakwal, Director FCS&CA, Jatinder Singh, Director School Education, Anuradha Gupta, Joint Director Tourism Showkat Mehmood, Joint Director Technical Education besides senior officers of Higher Education, Labour and Employment, Cooperative and Auqaf departments were present in the meeting. Reviewing their performance, the Advisor urged all the departments to adopt pro-active approach for execution of their duties. He asked the Labour department to strictly enforce labour laws on the ground and take up initiatives for welfare of labourers. With regard to Floriculture department, Ganai asked for making concerted efforts to expedite the remaining works of recreational park at Bhour Camp so that it is opened for public use. He also directed for improving infrastructure at the Bagh-e-Bahu park. He directed Technical Education department to expedite construction work on ITIs and polytechnic colleges in various districts. Taking stock of the functioning of School Education department, the Advisor directed for detachment of teachers for rationalization of staff across the division, especially in far off areas. While reviewing the performance of FCS&CA Department, Advisor was informed that food grains for the month of May have already been distributed to the consumers.
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