Officials asked not to cause problems to pensioners
The Collector chaired a meeting with the Mandal Development Officials here at Pragna Conference Hall in Khammam on Friday. He reviewed mandal-wise...
Khammam: District Collector D S Lokesh Kumar ordered the officials at mandal-level here on Friday to not to create any problems to beneficiaries in distributing the Aasara pensions in view of ban on high-value notes.
The Collector chaired a meeting with the Mandal Development Officials here at Pragna Conference Hall in Khammam on Friday. He reviewed mandal-wise progress of various schemes implemented in the district such as employment guarantee scheme, construction of toilets, Haritha Haram, dumping yard constructions and linkage of Aadhaar number to banks of pensioners.
Speaking on the occasion, the Collector suggested the officials to make sure of linking the Aadhaar number to the savings account of pensioners and workers under employment guarantee scheme along with paying the amount for three days by saving their details in the computers.
He also asked the officials to take necessary steps to complete the pending works under employment guarantee scheme of 2013-14 along with organising a special drive to finish the construction works of toilets in the district.
The Central government has sanctioned Rs 32 crores of funds under Swachh Bharat Mission, said the Collector. He ordered the officials at mandal-level to take necessary steps for protecting the saplings which were planted under Haritha Haram by watering them regularly.
He ordered them to prepare a report on growth of saplings. The mandal-level officials must take special interest in establishing dumping yards in 427 village Panchayats, ordered the Collector.
The Zila Parishad Chief Executive Officer Marapaka Nagesh, Project Director of DRDA Muralidhar Rao attended the meeting along with mandal-level officers.