Chief Secretary Dinesh Kumar unhappy over MNREGS works implementation

Chief Secretary Dinesh Kumar unhappy over MNREGS works implementation
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Chief Secretary Dinesh Kumar expressed his displeasure on the implementation of the MNREGS works in the district. In the recent review meeting in the city, the Chief Secretary expressed his dissent over the MNREGS works execution in the district.

Visakhapatnam: Chief Secretary Dinesh Kumar expressed his displeasure on the implementation of the MNREGS works in the district. In the recent review meeting in the city, the Chief Secretary expressed his dissent over the MNREGS works execution in the district.

Several works, which were sanctioned last year, are yet to be completed. The officials concerned should pay their attention and complete all the works immediately, Collector Pravin Kumar directed all the departmental heads here on Friday.

Addressing a workshop on MNREGS works, the Collector said that Anganwadi buildings, graveyards, CC roads, playground development works and avenue plantation works should be completed by September end, the collector directed. Talking about the solid waste management works in the village, the Collector lamented about the delay and directed the officials to take immediate action to ensure the work to be started by August end.

Fixing the responsibilities to mandal development officers to complete all the works, the Collector said that action would be initiated against MDOs who fail to execute the works at mandal- level. Meanwhile, the government has selected Visakhapatnam district to erect LED street lights in all the villages as a pilot project.

All the panchayats have to pass a resolution to erect LED street lights in their villages. The Collector said that panchayat secretary and NREGS Works Coordination Committee jointly prepare an action plan to erect the LED street lights in all villages.

Chairperson of Zilla Parishad L Bhavani, district panchayat officer Krishna Kumari, Zilla Parishad CEO Jayaprakash Narayana and all the MDOs were present.

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