Jammu: Sending out a clever summary opposite open defecation, salaries of around 6oo supervision employees in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir were stopped for not constructing toilets during their houses, an central pronounced on Saturday.
Angrez Singh Rana, district growth commissioner, Kishtwar upheld a sequence on Friday on receipt of a news submitted by Anil Kumar Chandail, partner commissioner development, per non-availability of toilets in a houses of 616 state employees of Padder block, he said.
Jammu and Kashmir has achieved a aim of 71.95 per cent with honour to a construction of Individual Household Latrines (IHHLs), corroboration and geo-tagging of units underneath a Swachh Bharat Mission.
Kishtwar has purebred 57.23 per cent success in this regard.Leh and Kargil districts in Ladakh, Shopian in south Kashmir and Srinagar have been announced Open Defecation Free (ODF), while Anantnag and Pulwama, also in south Kashmir, are expected to grasp a ODF standing by a finish of April.
After receiving Chandail’s report, a Kishtwar district growth commissioner took critical note of a matter.
It is ashamed and depicts a supervision in a bad picture…being a supervision employee, a poise and approach of vital should offer as an instance in a multitude for others to follow,” a central said.
Talking about a ODF targets of several regions of a state, he pronounced 98.64 per cent aim has been achieved in Pulwama district, 98.43 per cent in Anantnag, 91.92 per cent (Kupwara), 84.53 per cent (Rajouri) and 72.95 per cent in Kulgam.
He combined that 68.26 per cent aim has been achieved in Doda, 67.59 per cent in Baramulla, 67.44 per cent (Bandipora), 66.74 per cent (Ramban), 64.21 per cent (Samba), 63.93 per cent (Jammu), 62.99 per cent (Budgam), 62.20 per cent (Ganderbal), 61.45 per cent (Poonch), 56.09 per cent (Reasi), 48.41 per cent (Udhampur) and 45.69 per cent in Kathua.