Omar Abdullah completes three years in office

Completing three years in office, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand Thursday met Governor N N Vohra.

Updated: Jan 05, 2012, 16:02 PM IST

Jammu: Completing three years in office,
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and Deputy
Chief Minister Tara Chand on Thursday met Governor N N Vohra and
presented the coalition government`s achievements before him.

The two met the Governor at Raj Bhawan this morning and
presented him a publication which highlighted the government`s
achievements in different sectors during the past three years,
officials said.

Chand spoke about the challenges faced, particularly in
areas like functioning of urban local bodies, which are dealt
by him, they said.

The Governor offered sweets to the two and congratulated
them on the occasion, they said, adding that he emphasised the
importance of constant monitoring of the administration,
timely completion of all development programmes and efficient
functioning of the delivery system.

Stressing the need for honest functioning, the Governor
complimented the CM for deciding to undertake district-wise
assessment of the implementation of developmental efforts.

He asked the government to assign physical targets in all
sectors, which could be measured against time frames and cost
limits, so that those who perform well be given state level
awards and recognition for promotions.

The Governor also wished Abdullah and all members of the
Council of Ministers a successful year ahead for their
endeavours.

PTI