Mehbooba visits Kupwara; conducts grievance redressal camp

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September 25, 2017 STATE 256 Views
Mehbooba visits Kupwara; conducts grievance redressal camp

Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti Sunday visited Kupwara and conducted a grievance redressal camp to know of th/e people’s difficulties and problems in the district.
The Chief Minister met scores of deputations from different walks of life who apprised her of their problems and sought their redressal.
People in general demanded opening of Bungus valley to tourists, augmentation of drinking water, health, power and improvement in the road networks in the district.
Minister for Rural Development & Law, Abdul Haq Khan; MP, Fayaz Ahmad Mir; legislators, Bashir Ahmad Dar, Raja Manzoor and Farooq Mirchal were present on the occasion.
A deputation of people from Jumagund demanded upgradation of Zirhama-Jumagund road and improvement in the health facilities in the habitation besides stocking of adequate quantity of ration and provision of bunkers to the people living on the zero line.
Another deputation from Machil sought upgradation of Middle School, Ring Bala, opening of a JK Bank branch at Chuntiwari, first aid centre at Misri Behak besides construction of Machil House at Srinagar.
A deputation of people from Fekian, Keran sought upgradation of health facilities, availability of roads, setting up of a fire station and a health centre at Mandian village on the zero line. They also demanded a bus for the Higher Secondary School, Keran.
A deputation of members of Gujjar & Bakerwal community sought setting up of residential school and coaching for competitive examinations for the students of the community.
Many deputations from Langate also met the Chief Minister. A deputation from the town demanded banning the mechanised extraction of building material from nallah Mawar, raising of banks of the nallah and setting up of a Maternity & Childcare hospital in the town.
Another deputation from Qaziabad sought augmentation of local grid station, carving out of an educational zone and augmentation of Ashpora and Kralgund hospitals. A deputation from Mawar area demanded augmentation of Qalamabad hospital, flood protection works on Hardkhari nallah and play field at upper Rajwara.
The Chief Minister directed exploring the possibility of re electrification of Hangnikoot and Sochliyar villages at the earliest and separation of critically overloaded receiving stations in the area for augmentation.
A deputation of lawyers from Kupwara sought construction of lawyers chambers at the District court complex, assistance for upgrading lawyers’ library and posting of Presiding Officers in the courts of Kralpora and Trehgam. A deputation of Traders Federation, Kupwara sought upgradation of the local hospital and solid waste management facility in the town. They also demanded fencing of the bus stand land at Regipora.
A deputation of intellectuals of the district thanked the Chief Minister for declaring the ancestral house of late Maulana Anwar Shah Kashmiri at Warnav as a heritage site. They demanded setting up of a sub office of Cultural Academy in the district.
A deputation of members of minority community demanded fencing of the local cremation ground. Deputations of people from Kunan-Poshpora demanded completion of the twin bridges and setting up of a nursing college and a craft development institute in the area. They also demanded protection bunds on the banks of nallah Kehmil.
A deputation of people from Trehgam also demanded construction of protection bunds on Kehmil nallah besides construction of a playfield and widening of road in the local bazaar.
A deputation of representatives of Poultry Association demanded price stabilisation of day old chicks. Another deputation of members of Handwara Traders Federation sought district status for the area, beautification of the town and upgradation of the Municipal Committee. They also sought development of a park on the nearby piece of land.
A deputation from Langate led by MLA, Er. Rasheed thanked the Chief Minister for sanctioning Rs. 7.50 crore drainage project for the town. They demanded augmentation of Safarpora receiving station, development of Mankan-Bungus road. They also demanded widening of the road in Qalamabad town and completion of stadium at Mawar bala. Another deputation from Qaziabad demanded construction of community hall in the town.

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