Ganai listens to public grievances
SRINAGAR, JUNE 8: Advisor to Governor Khurshid Ahmad Ganai today held a public outreach program at Grievance Cell, Church Lane, Sonawar here.
As many as 16 delegations visited the Governor’s Grievance Cell and appraised him with various issues and problems faced by them in their respective areas. A number of individuals also called on the Advisor to seek redressal of their problems.
Among delegations included villagers of Gujjar Basti, Nandimarg of district Kulgam, Akhal Kangan and Shalteng area. The raised by the delegations included road connectivity, irrigation facilities for their agricultural lands and early completion of ongoing projects.
Another delegation demanded establishment of Degree College in the Shalimar area of Srinagar. The Sports Federation Mattan demanded the development of sports infrastructure in their area.
The delegation consisting of cricket bat manufacturers raised the issues confronting the industry.
Another delegation from Beerwah demanded the development of their area as Hill district, and providing of different amenities like drinking water, road, educational and health facilities in their area.
The deputations from Srigufwara Anantnag raised the issue of compensation in terms of SRO-43, while as the 12th class students from Higher Secondary School Bijbehara sought reconsideration of their cancelled papers for assessment. Contractual lecturers demanded exemption from yearly screening tests for their selection on academic arrangement.
The Employee delegation of seasonal teachers also met the Advisor for the continuation of their services and enhancement of their monthly remuneration.
Moreover, scores of individuals also visited the camp with their personal complaints. The Advisor listened to each of them very patiently, and gave specific directions to the relevant agencies and assured them of taking their issues with the relevant agencies for their early resolution.
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