JAMMU: Speaker State Assembly Kavinder Gupta on Sunday said that special localised Aadhaar enrolment camps will be organised across Jammu to cover remaining population and ease the process of Aadhaar enrolment.
The Speaker said this during his visit to a biometric enrolment camp being held for Aadhaar card registration at Barjalla, Satwari. SDM South Sonu Pargal was also present during on the occasion. Kavinder, while remarking on the importance of Aadhaar, said that this card serves as a Universal Identity Card that can act as an ID for almost all Governance-related services.
“To expedite the biometric registration special localized enrolment camps in every area will be organised. These localised camps will not only help bring this service to people’s doorsteps but will also prove helpful to senior citizens who are unable to travel long distances” he added.
Kavinder informed that these camps will be organised especially on Sundays so as to ensure that maximum people can make use of these camps. The camp was attended by people in large expressed their thanks for organising the camp in their area.
Earlier, the Speaker inaugurated developmental works at Dashmesh Nagar, Ward No 58 for the up-gradation and construction of lanes and drains. The construction work is being executed by the JMC at an estimated cost of 4.5 lakh.
The work includes construction of proper drainage to as to give respite to the people from their long standing problem of water logging, broken drains and tiling of lanes in the area. The Speaker directed the concerned agency to expedite the construction process and ensure that quality standards are maintained.
Executive Engineer JMC Joginder Pal and other officials of the department accompanied the speaker.