Govt’s prime concern is to address public grievances through good governance: Advisor Baseer Khan
SRINAGAR: Advisor to Lieutenant Governor, Baseer Ahmad Khan, today reaffirmed that redressal of public grievances through a more responsive and good governance is government’s prime concern.
Advisor, while interacting with several delegations and individuals during routine public outreach program, reiterated that bringing governance to the doorsteps of people is the core motive of present administration.
A delegation of Fruit Growers Association raised the demand of continuing market intervention scheme under NAFED for this year also, waiving off KCC loans in favour of orchardists affected by early snowfall last year and exemption of rent on account of cold storage for the last year.
The delegation of Alamdar Traders Association, Charar-i-Sharif demanded early completion of construction work on Grand Mosque, beautification of the shrine and its surroundings, completion of shopping complex, operationalization of new hospital building, construction of new building for the local higher secondary school, completion of grid station and establishment of Industrial estate in their area.
A delegation CIC operators working in the Rural Development Department demanded regularization of their services.
Another delegation of Stone Quarry Association Athwajan, Srinagar also projected several demands regarding their trade with the Advisor
Moreover, scores of individuals also turned up to meet the Advisor for resolution of their grievances during this day long outreach program.
Advisor directed the concerned officers to resolve all the issues raised by the deputations and individuals without any delay.
Pertinent to mention here that in view of the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic the delegations and individuals were given different time slots for meeting the Advisor and proper social distancing and sanitization protocols were observed throughout the event.