President Shavkat Mirziyoyev visited the Jangoh makhalla in Shaykhontokhur district.
Nowadays, makhalla is a vivid reflection of the attention shown in the country to local governing bodies. The citizens’ assemblies and apartment buildings acquired a modern look. The territory has been landscaped, and internal roads have been repaired, children’s playgrounds and parking have been organized.
The President got acquainted with the work carried out in the makhalla and talked with the chairman and representatives of the makhalla.
“We have introduced the “system of five” in the makhalla and provided it with ample opportunities. Today makhalla is a bridge between the population and the state. The fairer, more transparent, stronger this bridge, the more satisfied our people will be”, Shavkat Mirziyoyev said.
More than 6.7 thousand people live in the makhalla. Local youth work in more than ten public service centers and over a hundred stores. The conditions for meaningful leisure of the population have been created.
Besides, the President got acquainted with the activities of the “Yangi Jangoh” management service company, which services 52 multi-storey buildings in the makhalla. Twenty-four specialists and special equipment are always ready. A billing system has been introduced. For the convenience of the population, the “Mening Uyim” (My Home) mobile application has been introduced.
The responsible officials were instructed to upgrade utility networks to ensure trust between service providers and users.
A sincere conversation took place with the residents.
“From the first day of our activity, we have been carrying out all transformations in the makhalla. Because it is the closest system to people. The landscaping carried out in your makhalla is an example of this. This work is being carried out in Tashkent, Karakalpakstan, Khorezm, Kashkadarya, and everywhere. Our people are fair judges. Today, everyone in our country feels positive changes. In continuation of this work, we will transfer at least 30 % of the powers of financial, tax, and employment agencies to the makhalla. It will be a convenient system that will make life easier for people and improve the quality of services”, the President said.
The elderly noted that they were glad to see changes in their makhallas, and in the country as a whole. They recited a dua.
The President also inspected the walking alley organized near the makhalla along Abdulla Qodiri Street. It was noted that this place would become another attraction for residents and foreign tourists.