Jammu and Kashmir: Like MPs and MLAs, the issue of CDF for DDC, the government communicated

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jammu

Published by: Prashant Kumar
Updated Tue, 08 Jun 2021 01:01 PM IST

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During the interaction, the Chief Secretary assured that the government is committed to meet all their problems and demands. Efforts are being made that the key of development in rural areas is in their hands. He instructed all the officers that DDC members, presidents and vice-presidents should get full respect. Everything they say should be given attention. They should be taken into confidence before starting any work in the field.

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On Monday, for the first time, the government tried to ensure their participation in development by establishing direct communication with all the 20 district development council presidents of Jammu and Kashmir. Also got information about their problems. All the DDC presidents unanimously put forth a demand to fix the CDF of Rs 2 crore on the lines of MPs and MLAs. Along with this, according to the 73rd Constitutional Amendment, he was asked to provide all kinds of facilities.

Chief Secretary Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta interacted with all the DDC chairpersons in a virtual way. During this, the Speakers said that the 73rd Constitutional Amendment has been implemented in the state, but it has not come to the ground. Accordingly, facilities should be given to the President and Vice-Chairman. Said that there should be a system of CDF so that they can ensure development work in their area like MPs and MLAs. Government vehicles and accommodation should be provided to all the presidents and vice-presidents. Along with this, security should also be provided to every member.

There are many women panchayat representatives, who are facing problems in the area due to lack of security and vehicle facilities. It has been more than six months since the elections were held, but till now they have not received the honorarium. He said that a gap has arisen between the government and the Panchayat representatives, which should be filled. During this, the Divisional Commissioner-IG and DC-SP were also attached.

Today for the first time felt that the government is serious. His words were listened to seriously. It seemed that the government wanted to strengthen the Panchayati Raj Institutions. It also wants to ensure their participation in development. This is a good sign. -Bharat Bhushan-Chairman, Jammu District Development Council

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On Monday, for the first time, the government tried to ensure their participation in development by establishing a direct dialogue with all the 20 District Development Council Presidents of Jammu and Kashmir. Also got information about their problems. All the DDC presidents unanimously put forth a demand to fix the CDF of Rs 2 crore on the lines of MPs and MLAs. Along with this, according to the 73rd Constitutional Amendment, he was asked to provide all kinds of facilities.

Chief Secretary Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta interacted with all the DDC chairpersons in a virtual way. During this, the Speakers said that the 73rd Constitutional Amendment has been implemented in the state, but it has not come to the ground. Accordingly, facilities should be given to the President and Vice-Chairman. Said that there should be a system of CDF so that they can ensure development work in their area like MPs and MLAs. Government vehicles and accommodation should be provided to all the presidents and vice-presidents. Along with this, security should also be provided to every member.

There are many women panchayat representatives, who are facing problems in the area due to lack of security and vehicle facilities. It has been more than six months since the elections were held, but till now they have not received the honorarium. He said that a gap has arisen between the government and the Panchayat representatives, which should be filled. During this, the Divisional Commissioner-IG and DC-SP were also attached.

Today for the first time felt that the government is serious. His words were listened to seriously. It seemed that the government wanted to strengthen the Panchayati Raj Institutions. It also wants to ensure their participation in development. This is a good sign. -Bharat Bhushan-Chairman, Jammu District Development Council

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