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Ali Sagar concerned with shortage of drinking water to Shahar-e-Khaas areas

July 10, 2019 | BK DESK/SRINAGAR

Jammu and Kashmir National Conference on Tuesday said that the sloppy disposition of divisional administration has left people yearning for basic facilities in Srinagar.
“The divisional administration has miserably failed to ensure basic facilities to people,” National Conference General Secretary Ali Muhammad Sagar said on Tuesday.
Sagar raised these concerns while making stopovers at various places in Khanyar constituency and interacted with the people, who apprised him about various issues concerning them.
Sagar who toured many localities of Srinagar was apprised by the local residents about the slack attitude of the incumbent administration in mitigating their problems.
“There is no accountability on the ground; the fate of the vital projects which were initiated during the NC led government has been put into limbo. Srinagar has conventionally suffered on development front whenever NC has not been in power. We are aware of the development needs of the city. Srinagar city is the face of our state, unfortunately, the former BJP-PDP government didn’t rise up to the demands of the historical city. Nevertheless, when in power the party will come up with a comprehensive plan for the all round development of the city and its people,” he said adding, “the district administration and concerned agencies have miserably failed to upkeep the community halls, parks and other vital infrastructure of public importance in the historical city.”
Sagar said that people of the city have acquainted him about the shortage of drinking water in the Shaher e Khas.
“I have made stopovers at various places and where I went I found people aggravated due to the absolute shortage of drinking water. The taps in the old city of Srinagar are running dry. Women, in particular, are finding it difficult to run their kitchen in wake of water shortage. I urge the district administration to ensure a steady supply in the Shahar e Khas areas of Srinagar,” he said.

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Ali Sagar concerned with shortage of drinking water to Shahar-e-Khaas areas

July 10, 2019 | BK DESK/SRINAGAR

Jammu and Kashmir National Conference on Tuesday said that the sloppy disposition of divisional administration has left people yearning for basic facilities in Srinagar.
“The divisional administration has miserably failed to ensure basic facilities to people,” National Conference General Secretary Ali Muhammad Sagar said on Tuesday.
Sagar raised these concerns while making stopovers at various places in Khanyar constituency and interacted with the people, who apprised him about various issues concerning them.
Sagar who toured many localities of Srinagar was apprised by the local residents about the slack attitude of the incumbent administration in mitigating their problems.
“There is no accountability on the ground; the fate of the vital projects which were initiated during the NC led government has been put into limbo. Srinagar has conventionally suffered on development front whenever NC has not been in power. We are aware of the development needs of the city. Srinagar city is the face of our state, unfortunately, the former BJP-PDP government didn’t rise up to the demands of the historical city. Nevertheless, when in power the party will come up with a comprehensive plan for the all round development of the city and its people,” he said adding, “the district administration and concerned agencies have miserably failed to upkeep the community halls, parks and other vital infrastructure of public importance in the historical city.”
Sagar said that people of the city have acquainted him about the shortage of drinking water in the Shaher e Khas.
“I have made stopovers at various places and where I went I found people aggravated due to the absolute shortage of drinking water. The taps in the old city of Srinagar are running dry. Women, in particular, are finding it difficult to run their kitchen in wake of water shortage. I urge the district administration to ensure a steady supply in the Shahar e Khas areas of Srinagar,” he said.


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Owner, Printer, Publisher, Editor: Farooq Ahmad Wani
Legal Advisor: M.J. Hubi
Printed at: Abid Enterprizes, Zainkote Srinagar
Published from: Gulshanabad Chraresharief Budgam
RNI No.: JKENG/2010/33802
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Postal Regd No: SK/135/2010-2019
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