Srinagar, Dec 27 (UNI) Concerned over the unnecessary delay and slow pace of work on some developmental projects, Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Muzaffar Baig has asked the District Development Commissioners (DDC) to furnish status reports of ongoing development within 15 days to the Planning department.
There should be strict monitoring of financial status of each scheme and ensuring reasonable pace of work, he said during a meeting of district officers of Kashmir division held here today to review developmental projects, presently under execution.
Mr Baig impressed upon the officers to keep Planning department abreast with every detail of development schemes, adding that status reports should be submitted to the department after every 15 days.
This, he said, will ensure accountability and timely completion of works.
He directed the DDCs to identify the projects where the pace of progress was slow and furnish a detailed report about the same.
''Planning and Development Department will also send a team of experts to find out the reasons behind unnecessary delay and slow pace of work in some projects, he added.
He called for a close coordination and rapport between various executing agencies engaged in the development process and underlined the importance of collective and coordinated functioning for the success of various developmental schemes undertaken by the government.