VK Meena joins as Commissioner of Jalandhar Division

VK Meena joins as Commissioner of Jalandhar Division

Jalandhar’s newly appointed Divisional Commissioner VK Meena (R)

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, October 27

VK Meena, a 1997-batch IAS officer, took over as the Commissioner of Jalandhar Division on Wednesday. He was given a guard of honour by a contingent of the Punjab Police at the Circuit House.

In an interaction with mediapersons, Meena stated that special vigil would be kept in all divisions of Jalandhar district for smooth completion of paddy procurement arrangements so that farmers do not face any problem.

Proper implementation of various social welfare schemes of the government, including the old-age pension and housing schemes, besides, distribution of five-marla plots to landless people, clean and transparent administration would be given top priority. VK Meena, Commissioner, Jalandhar Division

He said proper implementation of various social welfare schemes of the government, including the old-age pension and housing schemes, besides, distribution of five-marla plots to landless people, clean and transparent administration would be given top priority.

Apart from this, he would ensure that development projects were completed at the earliest. “Strict action would be taken against adulteration during the festive season as per the instructions of the government,” Meena added.

He directed administration officials to resolve pending public grievances. No case should be pending in revenue matters, he said. Meena said the heads of departments, including SDMs, should show seriousness towards implementing various schemes of the government at the ground level so that the public could get the benefits of these schemes in time. He also directed the officials to reach their offices on time.

Meanwhile, Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori said no discrepancies would be allowed in giving transparent administration to the residents of the district. He said various schemes of the government were being taken at the grassroots level and it was being made credible that no eligible beneficiary was deprived of the benefits of the government schemes.

Tribune Shorts


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