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Divisional Commissioner Hyderabad review progress of development schemes in Badin

 

By: Sawan Khaskheli
BADIN: Divisional Commissioner Hyderabad, Nadeem-Ul-Rehman Memon has directed the concerned officers of all departments of district Badin to fulfill their responsibilities with honesty and improve their progress as public grievances of the district to be addressed properly.
Adding he directed to Assistant Commissioners of all five Talukas of district to issue agricultural tax assessment order on their priorities amid to
enlarge the circle of coverage of agri-taxes adding he stressed over them to ensure presence in their offices according to proposed office timing.
While chairing an important officials meeting at Deputy Commissioner Office Badin on Thursday Divisional Commissioner Hyderabad, Nadeem-Ul-Rehman Memon directed to Assistant Commissioners to ensure the implementation of appropriate rates of basic commodities.
The meeting was also participated by Agha Shahnawaz Khan, Deputy Commissioner, Badin, Yasir Bhatti, Deputy Commissioner, Tando Muhammad Khan, Sanaullah Rind, Deputy Director, Planning and Development, Hussain Baloch, Additional Deputy Commissioner-I Badin, Liaquat Lund, Additional Deputy Commissioner-II Badin, Dr. Imtiaz Ali Kaka, District Health Officer Badin and others including Assistant Commissioners of all talukas, Mukhtiarkars and officers of Education, Works and Services, Forest, Local Government departments and others.
Divisional Commissioner Hyderabad also directed Deputy Commissioner Badin, Agha Shahnawaz Khan to ask all officers of concerned departments regarding provision the exact and accurate data of all development schemes. He said that soon Chief Minister of Sindh will visit district Badin amid to check the progress of the completed and ongoing development schemes of the district.
He said that vaccination of the livestock must the monitored properly as some time despite claims and assurance of livestock department, viral diseases among livestock was reported.
Commissioner Hyderabad also directed concerned authorities of the district to assure completion of all development schemes within time because he personally pay the surprise visits and check the progress of development schemes adding that no negligence would be tolerated in this connection, he added.
On the occasion, Agha Shahnawaz Khan, Deputy Commissioner Badin while briefing the Divisional Commissioner Hyderabad, he apprised that more than 2900 boys and girls middle schools, high and secondary schools are in the district adding that there is Indus hospital in headquarter of the district when five Talukas hospitals are also providing services to the public.
DC also apprised the high officials that 37 basic health centers, 16 district council dispensaries and two mother and child health care centres are also available in the district.
DC apprised that 88.67 percentage people of district have been received first dose of vaccine against the Covid-19 when 72.50 percentage population of district have been fully vaccinated.
Moreover, DC Badin said 1246667 animals of the district have given vaccine amid to reduce viral diseases among the livestock adding that tree plantation campaign is also continued and forest department will provide 80 thousands trees in this connection.
Divisional Commissioner Hyderabad, Nadeem-Ul-Rehman Memon applauded the taken sincere efforts of the district administration Badin while expressing his satisfaction over the development progress and launching successful campaign for coverage of COVID-19 vaccination in the district.

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