RAJOURI, SEPTEMBER 26: Deputy Commissioner Rajouri, Vikas Kundal On Tuesday chaired a crucial meeting focusing on the court cases within the Rural Development Department.
The DC reviewed the status of cases currently awaiting resolution in the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir, seeking comprehensive briefings from the concerned officers.
The meeting revealed that the replies have been duly filed for 71 RDD cases. Demonstrating an unwavering commitment to expeditious justice, the DC directed the officers to expedite the submission of replies for the remaining cases without any unnecessary delays and to take court cases seriously.
During the meeting, Deputy Commissioner Vikas Kundal stressed the importance of maintaining transparency and accountability in handling the court cases of the Rural Development Department. Therefore, he directed all officers involved to adhere to the highest ethical standards and to prioritize the best interests of the community while dealing with these legal matters.
Furthermore, the meeting served as an opportunity for the officers to share their insights and experiences in handling RDD cases. This exchange of knowledge and expertise among the officers promotes a collaborative environment, where best practices can be identified and applied to enhance the efficiency of the Rural Development Department’s legal affairs. Deputy Commissioner Vikas Kundal encouraged this knowledge-sharing approach to collectively strengthen the legal capabilities of the department and contribute to the overall development goals of Rajouri district.
Chief Planning Officer, Mohammad Khurshid; Assistant Commissioner Development, Vijay Kumar; ACP, Sheraz Chowhan and Block Development Officers attended the meeting.