DC Rajouri convenes public outreach camp at Teryath

DC Rajouri convenes public outreach camp at Teryath

Multiple purpose hall sanctioned for GHSS

RAJOURI, JULY 10: To resolve people’s grievance at their doorsteps, District Development Commissioner Rajouri Mohammad Aijaz Asad today held a public grievance redressal camp at remote Teryath area as a sequel to successful conclusion of ambitious ‘Back to Village’ programme.

People numbering in thousands from Khabber, Teryath, Bambliya, Kantha, Kangrial, Harichumma and other villages assembled to attend the public outreach camp and apprised the District Development Commissioner about the problems being faced by them.

Numerous issues pertaining to the road connectivity, drinking water, power scenario , paucity of staff in education and health department were raised by the elected representatives of the panchayats. Specific demands raised by the elected representatives included staff for CHC Teryath, adequate teaching staff for Government Higher secondary school Teryath, Water supply schemes for Teryath, Jangrail, Munrian and Gyuian areas facing water shortage . People also demanded the establishment of receiving station at Teryath and electrification of unelectrified habitation.

Regarding the road connectivity, the locals demanded for the maintenance of the Teryath - Sunderbani Road, Renovation of the Teryath to Kuldabi road, Tari Bagla road, Devak- Suranchal road, blacktopping of Keri ghalan road and construction of Ghalan Harichumma road.

People also sought the inclusion of eligible left out beneficiaries under PM KISAN scheme, construction of multiple purpose hall at Government Higher Secondary school Teryath. The demand for sanctioning of Degree college for Teryath was put forth vehemently.

Responding to the issues raised by the elected representatives, EXN PHE informed that the project has been prepared for the 100 percent coverage of water stressed habitations. He also informed that a number of schemes are running under NRWDP .He assured the public that the work of Gyuian filtration plant will start after the monsoon.

EXN PDD informed that the project for the 3.15 MVA receiving station Teryath has been prepared and having an estimated cost of 4.50 crore.The project has been submitted for the approval.He also informed that 1598 poles have been erected in block Moughla so far, regarding the left out habitation he assured that the left out unelectrified habitation will be covered under other schemes like PMDP or Deen Dayal Upadhyay scheme.

EXN PWD informed that the Teryath Pingagala road is under state plan and the proposal for considering under NABARD is submitted for approval,work on Teryath to Ghalan road is under progress ,the restoration work on Teryath sarhoti road will be started shortly and assured that the department will project the other roads under languishing projects .

The DDC listened to the demands and issues raised by the general public patiently. He said that the district administration is committed to provide better and adequate drinking water, power, health,education and other facilities of daily life to the people of the district. He said that the main purpose of conducting these grievance redressal camps is to listen to the public grievances at their doorsteps so that they can be redressed in a better manner with the feedback obtained from such durbars.