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DC Rajesh K Shavan during his visit to Kotranka on Sunday.

Excelsior correspondent
RAJOURI, November 28: To take stock of development activities and listen to the problems of the population, Rajouri District Development Commissioner Rajesh K Shavan paid an in-depth visit to the Koteranka block today.
During his visit, the DC met with dozens of public deputies who informed them of a number of issues and demands, including increased water and electricity supplies, tarmac roads, better health facilities, modernization of schools, etc.
The SDC granted a patient hearing to all questions raised by the public on occasion and ensured quality treatment of its real concerns.
Motivating the public to enroll in the SEHAT program, DC said the program provides health coverage of Rs 5 lakh per family per year for secondary and tertiary care hospitalizations in public and private hospitals in India.
Enlisting the benefits of various social protection programs implemented by the Ministry of Labor for workers, the DC urged unorganized workers to apply for registration on the E-Shram portal.
Regarding the implementation of the law on forest rights, he informed the public that the district administration has developed an effective strategy and that weekly DLC meetings are convened and specific objectives are assigned to those concerned to ensure the percentage of coverage of all beneficiaries eligible under the Act.
He also briefed the public on various self-employment programs and called on unemployed youth to come forward and receive the necessary benefits under these programs.
Briefing on efforts to boost the tourism sector in the district, DC said a number of events including a trekking expedition to Dokhs of Peer Panjal, Himalayan bike rally, etc. explore the pristine tourist spots of the border belts.
The DC also inspected the progress of a number of development projects and asked those concerned to step up the pace to ensure that the projects are completed within the already set deadlines, in addition to requesting the maintenance of quality during the execution of the work.
Meanwhile, the DC also visited the Kotranka ecotourism park, where locals demanded that the access road to the park be blocked. He transmitted on the spot indications to those concerned for an immediate asphalting of the road.
The DDC also visited four to five Panchayats in the block where it met the women farmers and informed them about government plans and motivated them to take advantage of them.

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