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Govt unconcerned about hardships faced by people in Srinagar: Tanvir Sadiq

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Says, admin had forsaken developmental demands of Shahar-e-Khas

Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference on Tuesday said that the government is unconcerned about the hardships faced by people in the Shahar-e-Khas areas of Srinagar city.

This, according to the NC spokesperson, was stated by the party’s Chief Spokesperson Tanvir Sadiq after touring various localities in the Zadibal constituency of Shahar-e-Khas. Tanvir, who is in charge constituency of Zadibal, made stopovers at various places during his tour of the constituency, where people apprised him about the issues concerning them. 

The locals expressed concern over the poor quality of ration, erratic power supply, and shortage of water across the constituency. Tanvir assured the locals that he will raise their grievances in appropriate forms for swift redressal.

Earlier, Tanvir also chaired a worker’s meeting at Koker Bagh, where he exhorted the party cadre to unite their efforts to defeat the hostile forces, who are trying to denude J&K of its unique political, and cultural identity.

Echoing the sentiments of people, he said that the party was aware of the hardships suffered by the artisans, small and medium traders, hawkers, and daily wagers. The promise of steamrolling efforts to revive the handicraft sector and people associated with it had fallen flat like another plethora of promises made by the incumbent ruling dispensation.

Problems of the people have multiplied over the years with the major brunt being faced by the educated unemployed due to the burgeoning unemployment problem, he said adding the educated jobless boys and girls are facing the worst-ever crisis in Jammu and Kashmir under the incumbent regime.

The regression of democracy has had a cascading effect on the local economy, business, trade, handicraft, employability, public utility services, education, and health care sector, Tanvir said adding, “Any further delay in the restoration of the people’s rights will put the region on the path of no return.”

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