Post Top Ad


Tuesday, 22 December 2020

Flagship schemes reviewed

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, December 21

The basic thrust of development schemes should be on eradication of poverty and to fulfil the basic needs of people with the available resources to make them self-reliant. This was stated by Nityanand Rai, Minister of State for Home, while reviewing implementation of various flagship schemes of the UT during a meeting here today.

The meeting was attended by UT Adviser Manoj Parida, besides other senior officers of the Administration. The Adviser highlighted the achievements of the best performing schemes of the Administration such as One Nation One Ration Card, 100 per cent DBT through abolition of FPS, power privatisation, abolition of manual scavengers, Greenest Capital City, more than 100 per cent sewer treatment capability, migrant labour facilitation during lockdown and e-beat system.

A brief presentation on 47 schemes of various sectors such as education, social welfare, agriculture, housing and urban affairs, health, finance, animal husbandry, food and supplies, power, sports, etc., being implemented in the city was made. The Minister appreciated the efforts of the UT Administration for the successful implementation of schemes.

from The Tribune

No comments:

Post a comment