Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Monday reviewed the progress of flagship schemes of the Central and the state government, which are being implemented in Dibrugarh and Tinsukia.
During the review, the Chief Minister directed the officials to take up the schemes on a priority basis and ensure implementation without any irregularity.
Chief Minister Sonowal directed the officials to prepare a roadmap for speedy implementation of the schemes.
He instructed them to prepare an additional list of left out beneficiaries under PMAY so that such families could be covered under this flagship scheme.
He also said that the State government would take appropriate steps for expediting the AADHAR registration process to ensure that no eligible family is left out.
He further asked the officials to maintain the quality of food items provided to women and children and ensure that no anomaly takes place in the implementation process.
He also directed to take committed steps for effective implementation of central and state government schemes targeted to the divyangjans and suggested to carry out a health check of physically disabled persons to step up registration of divyangjans.
During the meeting, the Chief Minister also reviewed the implementation of PMGSY, activities being carried out at village level under 14th and 15th Finance Commission in both the districts.
He directed the officials to conduct a monthly review of the programmes, verify the feasibility of each of the schemes passed at the gaon sabhas and keep a strict vigil on the proper use of sanctioned funds.
Sonowal further asked the officials to interact with the public to get their feedback on the schemes and perform responsibilities with honesty and sincerity without indulging in any corrupt practices.
The Chief Minister also took stock of the progress of schemes and activities being carried out by APDCL, PHE, Agriculture, Water Resources and other departments.