MLC, ex-Legislators, deputations call on Sharma
JAMMU, JANUARY 01: Several Legislators, ex-Legislators, deputations and individuals called on Advisor to Governor Kewal Kumar Sharma at Civil Secretariat here today to bring to his notice various issues for redress.
MLC Randhawa took up the issues of stone crushers operating in Tawi river bed and sought their redressal.
Ex-MLA, Sheikh Abdul Rashid submitted memorandum of demands pertaining to upgrading of power receiving station at Qalamabad, receiving station at Saflipora, starting work on 10 MW mini-power project at Nowgam, solar lights distribution in Langate, availability of buffer stock of transformers at Sub-division Langate and other demands.
Ex-MLA M Y Tarigami sought intervention of the Advisor in expediting work on two CRF road projects in Kulgam connecting the major areas of the district.
The Advisor directed the concerned officers to prepare a priority list of CRF road projects in the state for follow-up. He further enquired about the power supply to the constituencies of the respective Ex-MLAs.
The Advisor said that the commissioning of vital Alasteng grid station will further augment the Power Transmission system in Kashmir region.
Meanwhile, a delegation of residents of Dayalachak met the Advisor and demanded construction of public toilet at Dayalachak Bus stand.
Residents of Mustafa Nagar NadianDhan, Panchayat Nadian-B, Block Darhal, Rajouri demanded installation of water hand pump in the locality.
Residents of Village Dhumra, Block Doongi, Rajouri demanded construction of tractor road from Razak Mohalla to Parvez Mohalla along with three culvert and retaining wall under Border Area Development Scheme.
Several other deputations and individuals also met the Advisor and sought redressal of their issues.