7th digital census; 652 tames constitutes to collect data

Bashir Ahmad Rehmani

Digital Census is being started from today (1st March) across the country including district Hafizabad and District administration and other departments have finalised all arrangements in the district. This was stated by the Deputy Commissioner Hafizabad Umer Farooq Warraich while sharing details of Census here.

He said that 652 tames were constituted to collect data to visit door to door while population of the district was divided into 1006 blocks whereas 151 circles were setup. He said that two blocks were allocated to every enumerator and every enumerator would count buildings during first fifteen days and he would collect data of people during second phase. He directed the Census teams to arrange all data consisting of facts and any slackness or negligence would not be tolerated at all in this regards. DC appealed the citizens to cooperate with Census teams for ensuring collection of transparent data.

Meanwhile, in order to maintain peace for completing cense transparently and giving message to anti-social elements that police and other law enforcement agencies are ready to combat any untoward incidents during the Census as well as creating sense of security among people, a flag march was conducted led by Deputy Commissioner Umer Farooq Warraich.

The flag march was started from Jinnah Chowk and concluded at District Complex. Police officers, elite force, Punjab police and official of other uniformed services participated the flag march. Meanwhile Deputy Commissioner Umer Farooq Warraich visited different schools and health centres to review performance of education and health departments Hafizabad in the district. Chief Executive Officer Education Wazir Ahmad Agha, DEO Mian Abdul Majeed and DDEO Nargis Arif were also accompanied by the DC.

During the visit of government primary school Pindi Wala, DC reviewed cleanliness, lighting in class rooms, and other arrangements of the school and directed the teachers to improve lighting in the class rooms as well as focus on study of students. He also inspected government higher secondary school and girls school and directed the Education Officers to plant maximum saplings in the schools. While visiting RHC Kassooki, DC warned the staff to improve cleanliness in the centre and no any negligence would be tolerated in provision of medicines to patients at all.