MLC Yasir Rashi, DDC Bandipora tour Sonawari, review dev works

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By Fast Kashmir on 21/12/2017.

    BANDIPORA, DEC 21: Member Legislative Council, Yasir Reshi and District Development Commissioner Bandipora, Sajjad Hussain, along with a team of officers today visited various areas of Sonawari to review the pace of various developmental works there.

          The visit was a follow-up of directions of Chief Minister’s decisions, which she took during December 3 Public Durbar at Bandipora.

            During the tour, the MLC and DDC inspected PHC Sumbal and went around various blocks to assess the available facilities there. They also interacted with the patients, medical and paramedical staff and passed directions to the Medical Superintendent to further improve the patient care facilities.

          They visited Vangipora and identified land for playground under the C M’s commitments for the area.

          Reshi and DDC visited Arampora, Zalpor, Nowgam, Inderkoot and other villages during which people projected various demands before them.  Both the dignitaries gave the public deputations a patient hearing and assured them that all of their genuine grievances would be looked into for prompt redress.

        At Nowgam Junction, while taking cognizance of the public grievance regarding kahcharari, the MLC and DDC assured people that their demands will be considered sympathetically.

          They also inspected various ongoing road projects, health centres, water supply schemes, protection bunds, and school buildings during which they directed the officers and executing agencies to speed up the works for their timely completion.

           On the occasion, they were informed that 40 kilometer of road length has been macadamized in Sonawari constituency this year. Besides work is apace on NTPHC Nowgam at the cost of Rs 1.81 crore which is in final stages of completion.

          While inspecting the road work from Nowgam to Gund-i-Nowgam, coming up under PMGSY at a cost of Rs 3.50 crore, people expressed gratitude to the administration and the government for construction of this vital road link.

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