Meets BDCs, PRIs; inspects ongoing works of RDD in Pulwama
Precious Kashmir News
Pulwama, Aug 20: As a part of public outreach program initiated by the Jammu and Kashmir administration, Advisor to Lieutenant Governor, Baseer Ahmad Khan, Thursday visited Pulwama and met various delegations and individuals who apprised him of their grievances and demands pertaining to development of their respective areas.
District Development Commissioner, Pulwama, Raghav Langer, Director RDD, SP Pulwama, District Officers and other concerned functionaries were present on the occasion.
Advisor also met and interacted with 18 delegations who projected their issues and demands like up gradation of civic amenities, Health, Education, Road connectivity, Drinking water, Power supply and adequate staff in schools and hospitals in their respective areas.
A Delegation of BDC’s raised the issue of strengthening of Panchayats, security concerns, residential accommodation, provision of vehicles for mobility besides emphasized on the issues of power connectivity and supply of drinking water.
Meanwhile, representatives of various political parties demanded special package for unemployed youth, establishment of PG courses in GDC Pulwama, beautification and development of Pulwama town, Development of Bus Adda and widening of main road from Awantipora to Pulwama.
Similarly a delegation of Panches and Sarpanches interacted with Baseer Ahmad Khan and briefed him of the issues pertaining to Panchayats which included complete empowerment of Panchayats and enhancement of honorarium.
Members of Urban Local Bodies Awantipota/Tral demanded development of springs besides conservation of water bodies, construction of Marriage Hall, Slaughter House at Tral, construction of Attendant Sarai near Sub District Hospital Tral besides development of Tourist places like Shikargah, Pastoona, Naristan and Kali Mandir.
The delegation of Fruit Growers demanded subsidy on Anti-Hail Net to protect the fruits from hailstorms and subsidy on bore wells for perennial irrigation facility. They hailed District Administration’s swift compliance of LG’s directions in submitting proposals for setting up of Fruit Mandi at Tral and Farmers Haat in Pulwama.