District Officials Gather to Assess Progress of Crucial Development Initiatives

Khonsa, September 8 – A significant assembly of district officials and leaders took place as the District Level Monitoring Committee (DLMC), led by Deputy Commissioner Hento Karga, convened to evaluate the status of various pivotal Centrally and State Sponsored Schemes. This meeting, graced by top officials and department heads, aimed to gauge the progress of these essential projects and address any challenges hampering their implementation.

Commencing the session, District Planning Officer L R Roy provided a summary of key takeaways from the previous DLMC meeting, setting the stage for the discussions that ensued.

DC Tirap, Hento Karga, emphasized the critical role played by the DLMC as the highest district-level platform for monitoring project advancements and resolving any obstacles encountered during execution. Karga called upon all departments to present the most recent updates on these schemes through informative PowerPoint presentations.

The meeting featured in-depth presentations from various departments, each detailing the current status of their respective projects using Power Point Presentations.

Following a meticulous review of these presentations, DC Hento Karga issued a clear directive to executing agencies, emphasizing the utmost importance of adhering to project timelines while maintaining stringent quality standards.

Distinguished attendees, including Zilla Parishad Members (ZPMs) and Heads of Departments (HoDs), showcased their collective dedication to the successful realization of these critical schemes.

Chairman Hento Karga concluded the meeting with a vote of thanks, expressing gratitude for the combined efforts aimed at ensuring the efficient implementation of these vital initiatives.

This DLMC meeting stands as a testament to Tirap district’s commitment to transparent, efficient, and high-quality project execution, with a strong focus on improving the lives of the local community.

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