Put up various demands; CM assures to look into expeditiously
SRINAGAR, MAY 13: Deputations from several parts of the Valley called on the Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti here today and apprised her of their problems and sought their redressal.
A deputation from Kamad village of Anantnag sought establishment of Health sub-centre at Kamad, replacement of existing 250 KV transformer at the local shrine and providing of computers to the local High School.
Another deputation from Anzwala area of Anantnag sought widening of Anzwala-Anchidora road, operationalization of Prakashpora-Anzwala- Shamsipora water supply scheme, undertaking renovation of the local shrine and adjoining areas and upgradation of Middle School, Anchidora to the level of High School.
A deputation from Kehirbal, Bijbehara demanded replacement of old Water supply scheme, establishment of fruit mandi in the area and macadamization of the Ranbirpora-A road.
Another deputation from Anantnag sought widening of Larkipora-Bongam road via Kuchipora, improvement of Railway approach road from Dialgam – Setchan. They also demanded widening and improvement of Harnag-Khanabal, Harnag-Achabal, Harnag-Danter roads, restarting of construction work at the TRC Anantnag, fencing of playground at TB Shah, fencing of Mir Danter graveyard, construction of passenger shed near Railway approach road at the Wanpoh Station and open area gym at Wazir Bagh, construction of Utrasu-Najigund-Watargam road and bridge over nallah Bringi at Ashajipora and upgradation of Utrasoo Middle School.
A deputation from Dooru, Shahabad led by Syed Farooq Andrabi, MLA thanked the Chief Minister for establishment of mini secretariat and model hospital at Dooru. They sought creation of the post of Additional Deputy Commissioner and upgradation of other offices in the area for better administration and ease of people.
A deputation of representatives of Gujjar Bakerwal community also met the Chief Minister and sought opening of behaks in Gurez and Tulail areas for grazing. They also demanded setting up of mobile schools and veterinary centres in the areas frequently traversed by members of nomadic community.
A deputation from Budgam sought upgradation of PDD receiving station at Beerwah.
The Chief Minister listened to the demands of the deputations patiently and assured them to look into the same in an expeditious mode