J&K administration is trying to develop the villages as they want to change the socio-economic patterns of the lives at the village level at any cost.
In this direction the government has introduced a slew of schemes on the ground in the rural areas for the upliftment of the population. They also tried the previous schemes like the decision of a back to village program to ask the people about the priorities of development in their respective villages.
In a recent review meeting J&K Chief Secretary was informed by the officers that under Rashtriya Gram Swaraj Abhiyan (RGSA),it was noted that 98% expenditure has been made under Swachh Bharat Mission Grameen (SBM-G) and 10636 IHHLs and 322 community sanitary complexes (CSCs)have been constructed so far during the current fiscal year.
He directed the department to prepare a compendium of fully functional 3000 Panchayat Ghars with geotagged photographs. He further directed the department to ensure that all Panchayat Ghars were supplied with computers by the end of January next year.
He asked the department to explore the feasibility of setting up of CSCs at bus stands and village /sub-urban markets so that their maintenance is ensured through an aggregator approach.
He directed the department to ensure that every district has at least one playground with a flood lighting facility.