Muzaffar Baig meets Governor
MLA’s from Ganderbal, Kangan and Darhal also meet Governor in separate meetings
Srinagar, July 13:Sh. Muzzafar Hussain Baig, Member of Parliament, met Governor N.N. Vohra at the Raj Bhavan today and discussed important issues relating to the equitable development of the State and the need to ensure the high success of various schemes and programmes in the “Aspirational” Districts of Baramulla and Kupwara.
Governor urged Baig to remain fully involved and see that all the flagship programmes were fully implemented not only in his Constituency but all over the State.
Meanwhile Sheikh Ishfaq Jabbar, MLA Ganderbal, called on Governor N.N. Vohra at the Raj Bhavan today and informed Governor about the problems relating to the implementation of certain major development projects in Ganderbal district, particularly the non commencement of work to implement the New Ganderbal HE Power Project; function of the new Unani College and shifting of Central University Kashmir from Srinagar to Ganderbal.
Governor observed that Sheikh’s concerns would be urgently looked into and urged him to continue his efforts for promoting a peaceful environment in his area.
In a separate meeting, Mian Altaf Ahmad, Member J&K Legislative Assembly from Kangan also called on Governor N.N. Vohra and informed him regarding the various major developmental issues which require high priority attention in his Constituency, particularly road connectivity and power generation, and issues relating to the implementation of development schemes for the tribal community in J&K. Governor and Mian Altaf also discussed issues relating to the ongoing Amarnath Yatra.
Governor appreciated Mian Altaf’s concerns and urged him to continue sustained efforts for promoting harmony and people’s welfare in his area.
Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali, former Minister and MLA Darhal also met Vohra at the Raj Bhavan and briefed him about the ongoing schemes in his Constituency and projected certain demands which included attention to making educational institutions functional; upgradation of schools; establishment of Kendriya Vidayalya at Nagrota, Rajouri; four laning of Jammu Akhnoor Pooch road; establishment of Receiving Station for Rajouri; and boosting tourism potential of Rajouri and Poonch.
Zulfkar drew Governor’s attention to the need for implementing various relevant laws and earmarked budget provisions to promote the interests of the Tribal Community and reservation in promotion of SC and ST as per directions of the Supreme Court.