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Focus being laid on strengthening infrastructural edifice in AH&SH deptts: Gurezi
JAMMU, JULY 29-Cautioning the officers against dilly-dally approach towards fulfilling their responsibilities, Minister of State for Animal &Sheep Husbandry, Gurezi, on Monday said that he cannot let them weaken the functioning of the departments having deep roots in the state.

“The departments of Animal & Sheep Husbandry are equally important as other departments in view of their scope and vast potential in the state”, said the Minister while emphasizing introduction of certain reformative measures in working of these vital wings of the government.

The Minister was taking stock of physical and financial achievements under bothe the departments in all the districts of Jammu division at an officers meeting.

“The focus is being laid on further strengthening of the infrastructural edifice besides equipping the departments with adequate staff and expertise necessary for revolutionizing department’s working in the state”, the Minister maintained.

The Minister asked the officers to formulate a project proposal for ensuring required infrastructure in all the centers besides preparing a project for appointment of data entry operators in varios wings and centres of both the departments. He also asked the officers to replace the animals in the Belicharana farm House within shortest possible time.

Recognizing the importance of availability of adequate staff in the departments, the Minister set a deadline of August, 2013 for filling up of all the vacant posts of class IV employees.

Taking strong notice of certain irregularities on part of the contractors in timely completion of construction works in both the departments, the Minister Asked the officers to cancel the contracts of such contractors immediately.

The Minister termed knowledge as an important ingredient in yielding desired results under government schemes and asked the officers to further intensify the awareness camps about the government programmes with focus on far off and hilly parts.

News Updated at : Tuesday, July 30, 2013
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