STATE TIMES NEWS
RAJOURI: District Administration, Rajouri on Tuesday organised a series of public camps as part of its public outreach drive to provide various services to the people at their door steps.
The camps are being organised for providing services related to Revenue, Health and Family Welfare as per the PSGA norms.
During the day five service delivery camps were held at Nagrota, headed by AC Revenue Abdul Qayoom Mir, Prori Gujran, headed by SDM Koteranka Gopal Singh, Rani Badhatar headed by SDM Nowshera Abdul Sattar, at Khabber headed by SDM Kalakote Khalid Hussain and Lower Bajwal, headed by SDM Sunderbani.
A large number of public attended and benefitted through these camps. A total of 397 PRCs, 209 Revenue Extracts, 93 Category Certificates, 167 Caste Certificates, 27 Mutations, 137 RBA/ALC, 212 Income Certificates, 200 Character and 272 other certificates were provided on the spot.
On the sidelines, three camps were also organised by the concerned BMOs of Health Department where concerned authorities issued 64 age certificates, 17 disability certificates, 256 medical fitness certificates, 31 insurance related checkups and 52 illness certificates. Meanwhile, 527 health checkups were also conducted.
The team of officers also listened and addressed the grievances of people and informed them about the schemes being implemented by departments for capacity development, growth of agriculture and allied sectors, and self- employment programmes.
Meanwhile, Deputy Commissioner, Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudhary said the performance of Revenue and Health Departments is being closely monitored and reviewed weekly to ensure that maximum number people are provided services at their doorsteps.
He also said the certificates provided in these camps were required in various cases of old age pension, scholarship, loan, relief, land disputes etc. and expressed hope that these cases which were pending for long time would be settled now.
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