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Devika project to be completed before the end of the year

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UDHAMPUR, Oct 1: Dr. Jitendra Singh today, while heading to Congress, has accused Union Minister, in the Project Management Office with the independent official from the Ministry of Science and Technology, of turning Mantalai, a hub of Hajj tourism, into ruins and giving all the credit to the Narendra Modi government. revive it.
Speaking to the reporters here on the sidelines of the DISHA meeting, Dr Jitendra Singh said that Direndra Brahmachari was very close to the Gandhi family and then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had given him land for rent in Mantalay where he set up a yoga center etc. After his death the entire complex was reduced to rubble.
He said the land had been leased to him by the previous state government with the intervention of Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister, but later no one attended it after his death and the Congress party who was in the government allowed it to be reduced to rubble.
The union minister said Brahmachari also owns a luxury guest house in Gandhi Nagar Jammu which has also been allowed to be reduced to ruins. He said the BJP government led by Narendra Modi had revived it and a modern health center had been established in Mantalay.
Besides, helipad, swimming pool and Ayurvedic Center are being established in collaboration with the famous Ayurvedic Center in Kerala. He said that Mantalay will become a big attraction for tourists not only across the country but abroad which will boost the economy of the local people. Click here to watch the video
Dr. Jitendra Singh also announced that the first national project to regenerate the Devika River in North India will be fully completed before the end of the year, within the next two to three months.
With a strong exception to the delay caused by the irresponsible behavior of the contracts agency, the minister said, the Namami Ganga-style project launched by the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, is now under direct monitoring by the Centre. He said, instructions were given to expedite the work in the final phase of the project and to avoid any inconvenience to the general public due to the work in progress.
Dr. Jitendra Singh said that the rejuvenation of Devika was a long-standing requirement but that previous governments had not taken care of it. But soon after the Modi government came to power in the center, it fulfilled this long-pending demand by imposing penalties of around Rs 185 crore for the Ldivika river regeneration project, he said.
The Union Minister also announced that the Chnani-Sudhamhadev and Sudhmhadev-Khilani Expressway will be ready by next year as work on the project is underway. He added that it would be an alternative highway.
Dr Jitendra Singh also announced that the first batch of MBBS students at Udhampur Medical College will start next year and in this regard directives have been given to the medical college authorities to complete the formalities.
Union Minister said New Industrial Zone is coming in Udhampur. Referring to the 5G launch, he said that the impetus given to various welfare and development plans and projects offered under Modi’s regime had not been provided before.
Dr Jitendra Singh, who earlier chaired the District Development Coordination and Monitoring Committee (DISHA) meeting also instructed the management to immediately start the process of registering Government Medical College Udhampur in the NEET Admission Test so that the first batch of MBBS may start by next year itself.
He has also completed the management of Udhampur ranking among the top districts of India in PMGSY road construction for the last three years in a row.
Dr. Jitendra Singh suggested to the elected representatives and PRIs to develop a strategy for the entrepreneurial nature and sector to be introduced in the upcoming New Industrial Park in Udhampur. He said that a decision had been taken to allocate the dairy product “Kalari” under the “One Product Zone” program and instructed that follow-up should be carried out in this case.
DDC Chairman, Udhampur Lal Chand, DDC Vice President, Juhi Manhas Pathania, Deputy Commissioner, Udhampur Krittika Jyotsna, SSP, Dr Vinod Kumar, Chief MC, Dr Jogeshwar Gupta, President MC Chenani, Manik Gupta, DDCs, BDCs and other appointed members of the attended DISHA committee meeting together with district/sector officials from various departments.
Threadbare discussion was made on various Centrally Supported Schemes (CSS) being implemented in different sectors of the region such as financial progress under the region’s capital expenditure budget 2021-22 and 2022-23, and financial/material progress under the region’s capital budget including CSS and Physical Loan Progress Under District Capital Budget 2022-23, Back-to-Village Scheme Status, Agriculture, Horticulture, Animal and Sheep Breeding, Sericulture, National Rural Livelihoods Mission, National Urban Livelihoods Mission, Food, Civic Supplies and Consumer Affairs, Momkin Scheme, Industries, Handloom and Handicrafts, Youth and Sports Services Department, Social Security/Mudra Loan Scheme, PWD, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Urban), PM SVANIDHI Scheme, MGNREGA, Amrit Sarovar, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Gramin) , Swachh Bharat Mission, 14th FC, Education, Health, Social Welfare, ICDS, Tourism Division, PMGSY, Revenue, Jal Jeevan Mission, Energy Development Division, Language Projects etc.
At the outset, Udhampur District Development Commissioner, Krittika Jyotsna gave a sector breakdown of the physical/financial progress made during the year 2021-22 under various DISHA-listed programmes/master schemes being implemented in the district, along with mega projects.
She also briefed the Minister on the progress of mega projects including the reduction of pollution in the sacred Devika River, the International Yoga Convention Center in Mantalay, and the Chennai Sudhamhadev Road (NH-244). NH-44, Udhampur to Chenani, Integrated Development of Tourist Facilities at Mantalai and Sudhmahadev etc.
Dr. Jitendra Singh has done a thorough review of all the schemes being implemented by the various departments in the region. The heads of the departments in the various departments briefed the Union Minister on the status of the various plans that had been taken and put into history. The Union Minister directed the concerned departments to mobilize their men and mechanisms for the effective implementation of all schemes and to cover 100% of the eligible beneficiaries in all schemes and not to exclude any eligible beneficiary. Direct all officers to work in coordination to achieve better results at the grassroots level. He also directed the officers to keep in touch with the public research institutions, to make regular visits and to organize camps in all the remote and remote areas so that the people would be made aware of the benefits of these schemes.
Earlier, on his arrival in Udhampur, the Union Minister planted a tree in the Dak Bungalow premises, he said that planting trees is an integral part of preserving the environment and everyone should plant at least one tree to protect nature.