PDP-BJP government failed to open the Kishtwar road; Saroori announced funds for construction of alternative road from Thathri to Drabshalla

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By Fast Kashmir on 26/04/2017. 1 Comment

PDP-BJP government failed to open the Kishtwar road; Saroori announced funds for construction of alternative road from Thathri to Drabshalla

Reasi inhuman act depriving nomad peoples of their rights are the RSS policy

 

THATHRI, APRIL 26: – The PDP-BJP government failed to open the Kishtwar road while people in the area suffer due to land and mud slides. This was said by Senior Congress Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) from Inderwal, Ghulam Mohammad Saroori while meeting with the people of Thathri and stranded people of district Kishtwar at Thathri Dak Bungalow.

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Saroori said that in last over two months, the landslide hit area at Kuligad Drabshalla has become a death trap for the innocent daily commuters added that government failed to construct alternate road from Thathri to Drabshalla and instead of acting swiftly, the PDP-BJP Ministers are busy in selling the fairytale dreams to the people of Kishtwar and Doda.

On the demand of the general public, Saroori has allocated funds out of his Constituency Development Funds (CDF) for construction of alternative road link bypassing the landslide hit area on Kishtwar-Batote stretch of Jammu-Kishtwar National Highway.

 

Saroori also visited the proposed site of the alternative link road which will be constructed from 2nd Thathri Bridge in opposite direction of the existing National Highway. He said that the man and machinery has been put into service for speedy construction of bypass road. He said that the alternative road link will have a length of around 2-2.5 KM which will connect the Drabshalla after crossing the already constructed bridge over river Chenab for 850 MW Rattle Power Project.

 

On attack on Muslim nomads in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir, Saroori described the incident as inhuman and provocative. “Such brutal acts in presence of Police officials are evidential to the claim that killings of Muslims, depriving them of their rights are the RSS backed PDP-BJP state’s policy.”

 

“PDP party being ruling government in the state is digging its own grave by committing such inhumane acts. Humans are treated worse than animals in the name of Gao Rakhsha. It is time to hold the culprits accountable for their acts,” Saroori said and asked Chowdhary Ministers from PDP and BJP to act immediately to control the situation in Jammu or if failed they should resign from the government.

 

Meanwhile G.M. Saroori visited the residence of Tehsildar Phagsoo Ghulam Nabi Malik to personally condole the demise of his death who passed away few days ago due to cardiac arrest.

 

Mr. Saroori stayed with the bereaved families and expressed his sympathy and solidarity with them, offered fatiyah, consoled the family members and prayed to the Almighty Allah for eternal peace to the departed souls beside a place for them in heaven. He also prayed to Almighty Allah to give strength to the family members of the deceased to bear irreparable loss.

 

Calling the late officer most dedicated and efficient, Saroori in a condolence message said that his demise is a setback to the whole state in general and sub-division Thathri, Gandoh and Chatroo in particular. He recalled his association with the officer and said that he belonged to a humble background and rose on account of his unprecedented hard work.

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