Karnah Kupwara: Deputy Commissioner Kupwara, Ayushi Sudan , embarked on a momentous visit to the remote and picturesque Karnah subdivision in the heart of Jammu and Kashmir. The purpose of his visit was to address various functions, interact with the local populace in public Darbars, and hold meetings with officers at the Dak Bungalow in Tangdhar.
Accompanied by a team of dedicated officials, including DDC Member Karnah, Adv Najma Hameed Chief Medical Officer Kupwara, Chief Education Officer Kupwara, Sub-Divisional Magistrate Karnah Dr Gulzar Rather and the BDC Chairpersons of Tangdhar and Teetwal, the Deputy Commissioner’s visit promised to be an eventful and productive one.
The Deputy Commissioner’s day commenced with a visit to the Dak Bungalow in Tangdhar, where he conducted a series of meetings with the assembled officers and officials. The discussions covered a wide range of topics, from infrastructure development to healthcare services, and from education initiatives to rural development projects. It was clear that the Deputy Commissioner was keen on addressing the unique challenges faced by the people of Karnah and harnessing their untapped potential.
Following the meetings, Deputy Commissioner Ayushi Sudan and his team headed to the heart of Tangdhar for a series of public Darbars. The local residents gathered with anticipation, eager to have their concerns heard. In an atmosphere of open dialogue and transparency, Deputy Commissioner Ayushi assured the community that their voices mattered and that the administration was committed to making a positive change in their lives.
Throughout the day, the Deputy Commissioner and his team also visited various locations within the subdivision. They inspected ongoing development projects, healthcare facilities, and schools. The people of Karnah witnessed firsthand the administration’s commitment to improving their quality of life.
As the sun began to set over the serene landscapes of Karnah, Deputy Commissioner Ayushi Sudan addressed the gathered crowd one last time. He assured them that their concerns and aspirations had been duly noted and would be acted upon. He emphasized the importance of cooperation between the administration, Panchayati Raj Institutions, and the community, highlighting the collective effort needed for sustainable development.
With his visit to Karnah, Deputy Commissioner not only bridged geographical distances but also strengthened the bonds of trust and collaboration between the administration and the people of this remote subdivision. His commitment to their welfare left a lasting impression and marked a new chapter in the journey towards progress and prosperity in Karnah.