Chetan Deora, an officer of the Indian Administrative Service and former District Collector of Chittorgarh, took over as the new District Collector of Udaipur on Friday morning.
Considering the current situation of the district, he expressed the intention to formulate an action plan with a special vision for a healthy and safe Udaipur.
Soon after joining, Deora took feedback on the issues being faced by the people in the region, from the ADM O.P. Bunkar.
He held a formal meeting with the newly appointed UMC Commissioner Qamar Ul Zaman Chaudhary, CEO Zila Parishad Dr Manju, DSO Jyoti Kakwani and the other officials of various departments.
The new collector expressed his intent on implementing the state government’s welfare schemes on the ground level.
Speaking about COVID-19 management, Deora said the tourist city has received a major setback during the peak tourism months due to lockdown. He said that the administration would now chalk out plans to compensate for the loss caused to the businesses.
Besides providing a boost to the tourism sector, it will also ensure proper health and safety of the citizens.