CEC reviews JJM, Grey Water Management Scheme progress in Kargil
CEC, LAHDC, Kargil, Feroz Ahmad Khan reviewed the physical and financial progress of Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM) and Grey Water Management projects at Conference Hall Baroo on July 20.
Given extending the target for completion of JJM projects, CEC was instructed to continue the execution of works at the same pace and speed to complete the projects as soon as possible. He further instructed to maintain work quality and timely execution of projects. The concerned officials were asked to sensitize the PRI and BDC members to make the JJM projects functional and operational on the ground.
Deputy Commissioner, Santosh Sukhadeve expressed optimism over the progress being made by the department on JJM projects. He was also instructed to ensure the quality of work on the ground.
He further instructed to keep the PRI members and BDCs on board who will finally execute the projects.
He further instructed to complete the projects village-wise instead of leaving incomplete minor works. He instructed to cover all Anganwadi centres, schools, health centers, and Public Toilet Complexes with functional tap connection by the target which is August 15.
The Executive Engineer PHE briefed CEC about the status of physical and financial progress on JJM projects in the district. He also briefed about hurdles and issues being faced on the ground in the execution of projects. He further appraised CEC about water quality testing facilities at the village level, district level testing labs, pipes, grievances redressal mechanism, and portal.
He further requested CEC to approve additional DPRs and entry options of same in JJM-IMIS and strengthen and sensitize PRI members and VWSC for monitoring and functioning of the projects at their respective villages. The Councilors appraised CEC and PHE officials about various issues being faced in their respective constituencies.
ACD Ghulam Mohammad gave a detailed presentation on Grey Water Management Projects being executed in the district under MGNREGA. It was informed that a total of 19,431 households are proposed to cover under the scheme at an estimated cost of ₹ 7.77 lakh. The material cost of ₹ 3 lakh viz fitting of PVC pipe will be provided by the PHE.