Around 40 renovated circle offices to be commissioned within next two months
OT, October 12, 2012 11:22 IST
Okhla Times Reporter/New Delhi
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit today inaugurated two renovated Circle Offices of Food and Supply Department and a renovated Assistant Commissioner Office of the Department in the complex of Deputy Commissioner, Revenue at Nand Nagari, Delhi.
While dedicating the offices to the people, Dikshit stated that around 40 other circle offices across Delhi would be commissioned within next two to three months with an estimated cost of Rs. 8 crore.
Delhi Food and Supply Minister Haroon Yusuf, local MLA Veer Singh Dhingan and Commissioner, Food and Supply Narender Kumar were present on this occasion.
The Circle offices No. 63, Seemapuri and No. 68 Gokulpur have become modern as well as swanky.
The entire offices have been given the new looks apart from computerization. The new offices would go a long way in bringing a positive change in work culture apart from enhancing the efficiency of the staff, hence, benefiting people as they would get their services without any wait and any inconvenience.
Dikshit stated that such renovated offices are being commissioned in public interest.
While referring to Bhagidari Atta scheme and Kerosene Free Dilli Scheme, Dikshit stated that the schemes have been implemented to lend a helping hand to the poor families. Around 34 thousand applications under Kerosene Free Dilli Scheme have been sanctioned and the families have been getting free gas connection, gas stove and filled LPG cylinder.
Speaking on this occasion, Yusuf stated that his department has taken up a scheme to renovate its all offices. Today, two more renovated offices have been commissioned taking total of such offices to four. He added that the decision was taken to provide better services to large number of people visiting Circle Office. Local MLA, Dhingan also expressed his views.
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