A grand farewell, organized by District Administration Kupwara, was given to outgoing Deputy Commissioner Kupwara, Sh, Rajeev Ranjan (IAS) on 21/11/2016, A festive function was held in meeting hall of the DCOffice Complex . The function was attended by an august gathering of District Officers, members of civil Society, some officials and media persons
The Officers including ADC Kupwara, ADC Handwara SDM Sogam & SDM Tangdar and civil society members spoke high regarding the dedication of Sh Rajeev Ranjan. It was stated that the officer has left no stone unturned in implementation of the developmental programmes, restoration of Law & order resolution of issues & disputes, relief & rehabilitation measures and mitigation of problems faced by General Public at large.
Chief Planning Officer , Kupwara Shri Imtiyaz Ahmad while speaking on the occasion highlighted new initiatives taken by Sh Rajeev Ranjan during his tenure (March 2015- November 2016). He stated that Rationalization process in Education Department was an initiative of Sh Rajeev Ranjan, which was implemented in the entire state. Similarly, the Officer also gave concept of cluster based planning in the tribal developmental plans, which was appreciated by Hon’ble Chief Minister. During the tenure of Sh Rajeev Ranjan, National Food security Act, implementation of Adhar system and total sanitation campaign schemes were effectively implemented in the frontar district.
He further stated that due to direct intervention and hard work of Sh Rajeev Ranjan, all the commitments made by Ex Hon’ble Chief Minister Late Mufti Mohammad Syed were fulfilled and be received award for GOI, e-governance initiatives as well some of the important projects viz SDH Langate, Vodhpora Bridge , Bus Adda Handwara & Kupwara, Children park at Handwara, Zangli Bye Pass road, Emergency Block of SDH Sogam, Irrigation Storage tank at Hapathnor were completed.
Sh Rajeev Ranjan was sent off with prayers and good wishes for the new place of posting offered to him by Hon’ble Chief Minister of the State.