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Beerwah, Dec 4: National Conference Working President and MLA Beerwah Omar Abdullah on Monday while conducting an extensive review of public demands and developmental works in Beerwah Constituency, visited the newly completed Power Receiving Station at S.K. Pora and sought an assurance that the receiving station would start functioning from Friday this week – providing relief to nearly twenty villages and eighteen hundred families in the area. The NC Working President after inspecting the Receiving Station and interacting with locals there also visited Hardamalpora and held a workers’ meeting at Hardamalpora.
Work on the S.K. Pora Receiving Station was initiated in 2010 under the tenure of the previous National Conference-led Government in the State and Omar Abdullah inquired about the reasons for the prolonged delay in the completion of this vital project in the area in the last three years. On this occasion, Omar Abdullah also sought an assurance from the Department that the Receiving Station would be commissioned and would start functioning no later than Friday of this week.
Expressing concern over the dismal power scenario in Beerwah and most of the Valley in general, Omar Abdullah said the Administration was duty-bound to ensure people are not subjected to such hardships and misery in biting cold and the harsh winter climate. He also reviewed various distribution infrastructure additions and improvements that were made in the power infrastructure in Beerwah through the MLA’s Constituency Development Fund and passed instructions that every necessary measures should be undertaken to alleviate the issues being faced by the people.
After visiting the receiving station at S.K. Pora, Omar Abdullah interacted with locals in the area and took a note of suggestions and issues raised by them about various public works. He passed on instructions to the relevant departments to undertake redressal of these issues at the earliest.
The National Conference Working President also visited Hardamalpora area of the constituency where he held a workers’ meeting.