Lack of basic facilities in rajwar Handwara 

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By FK WEB DESK on 17/04/2018.

Lack of basic facilities in rajwar Handwara 
Wasim Majnoon Mir

Kupwara, April 17: Spanning a population of around three thousand souls, people of Bowen watser rajwar and other adjoining villages area of handwara in north-Kashmir’s kupwara district have been living a life of miseries.
According to the residents, the village has no facility, and no proper road connectivity. “Alleging the district administration of improper approach towards the village which according to them has resulted in non-development of the area, the locals said that they (authorities) have failed us on every front, they said while adding that it is because of this step-motherly approach, that we are yet to see any development in our village.”
“In the midst of technological revolution, with the world progressing on such a brisk pace, we have been deprived of basic necessities. Most population of this area still depends on the old type of lighting system where they use small chimneys, lanterns and wood to carry out their houses.”