Srinagar, Sep 27 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad today asked the Chairmen of Task Forces, set up to monitor infrastructure development in various departments, to take the mandatory monthly review meeting of their respective sectors.
He directed them to prepare details for briefing to the state cabinet about the pace of work on ongoing projects in its next meeting.
Speaking at a meeting here today to review construction of buildings for newly set up 14 degree colleges under the Prime Minister's Reconstruction Programme, Mr Azad said that the next meeting of the Cabinet would be a marathon exercise during which all heads of the Task Forces would brief it regarding their individual sectors.
He asked them to take a review meeting at their level within a couple of days so as to be ready for briefing the Cabinet.
The state government constituted nine Task Forces to monitor infrastructure development in various sectors across the state following complaints of delay in the projects.
The Task Forces are headed by officers of the rank of Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary.
The Chairmen of the Task Forces are required to hold monthly internal meetings to review progress on development projects and brief the state cabinet after every two months.