Kashmir Indepth

DDC Anantnag chairs DLRC Meeting

ANANTNAG, JUNE 20: District Development Commissioner (DDC) Anantnag, K. K. Sidha today reviewed the performance of banks and line departments for the end of 4th quarter ending March 2020 under District Credit Action Plan 2019-20 in District Level Review-Cum-Consultative Committee (DLRC) meeting here.

The meeting reviewed the progress achieved in key sectors like Agriculture, Micro and Small Enterprises, KCC, Education, Housing, Handloom, Handicrafts, Animal/ Sheep Husbandry, Priority and non-priority sectors.

The DDC instructed all the officers and bankers to work in synergy so that tangible improvements are witnessed at the ground level.

The DDC also stressed the bankers to focus on agriculture and allied sectors to involve unemployed youth under dairy, sheep farming, fish farming for which youth can avail the subsidy benefits under various welfare schemes under implementation in the district.

He also stressed for establishment of Agri-processing units in agriculture and allied sectors particularly in animal, sheep husbandry and fisheries for which district administration would provide every possible support.

The DDC also emphasised on bankers and line departments to reconcile the sponsor cases so that the fixed targets are achieved.

Among others the meeting was attended by Zonal Head JK Bank , LDM JK Bank,  Both Clusters Heads of JK Bank Anantnag, District officers from Line Departments including Agriculture, Social Welfare, Animal Husbandry, Sheep, KVIB, Industries, and other officers, representatives of SBI, PNB, YES Bank, Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, Canara Bank, EDB & ACCB.

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