The J & K administration is trying to meet the deadlines and make the system more transparent. In this direction recently Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir stressed on dedicating all the 1500 AS within the deadline
He called for engaging locals/PRIs throughout the exercise to make it transparent.
He stressed on delivering all the Amrit Sarovars (AS) well before the set deadline. He made these remarks while chairing a meeting of the UT Level Committee constituted for Amrit Sarovar here.
He impressed upon the officers to work in a mission mode to identify the sites for all the 1500 AS and start work at an earliest on each of them. He asked them to use the work season efficiently. He advised them to take the monsoons into consideration in the areas which receive heavy rainfall during it and complete all excavations and earth work before its onset.
Highlighting the importance of such assets for a village life he called them the milestones of progress for them. He emphasised on meeting all the relevant guidelines while creating these assets.
He also maintained that the works should be carried out with cooperation of the general public. He asked them to fully involve the PRIs and locals in this development activity in consonance with the major aims of this flagship scheme.