The J & K administration is embarking on the path of reforms to make governance more visible and transparent.
Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir recently said that these reforms have shown their impact on the ground.
He said that there is substantial increase in project completions across Jammu and Kashmir.
It has been possible only after major reforms undertaken by the UT in administration & governance.
He remarked that J&K has come a long way in improving both the quality and magnitude of expenditure in the last couple of years which has resulted in a fivefold increase in the number of projects completed.
He made these remarks while speaking in a meeting to review the expenditure out of the Capex budget 2022-23 by different departments.
The meeting was attended by the Administrative Secretaries, Directors of Finance and other concerned officers from different departments.
Srinagar based officers participated in the meeting through video conferencing.
He impressed upon the Administrative Secretaries to look out for the projects that are nearing completion so that funds are provided for their early culmination. He urged them to accelerate the pace of expenditure so that no part remains to be unspent before the given period.