STATE TIMES NEWS
RAJOURI: District Development Commissioner, Mohammad Aijaz today held a meeting with the members of the civil society to discuss various issues and concerns related to the overall development of the district.
The participants apprised the DDC about different issues including matter of street vendors regarding allotment of space and need to ensure smooth power supply as well as supply of water by Public Health Engineering.
They also underlined the need for maintenance and further improvement of work culture in government offices across the district.
The DDC while assuring the participants of the early redressal of all the genuine demands said that about twelve hundred rainwater harvesting tanks will be constructed in the district to meet the challenge of water crisis.
Meanwhile he sought the cooperation of civil society and people in further developing the district on modern lines besides maintaining peace. SSP Yougal Manhas and ACR Abdul Qyoom Mir were also present in the meeting.
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