Wolanwar, Baramulla – Assuring people of fulfilling all the commitments made during 2008 elections, the Minister of State for R&B, Health and Medical Education, Mr. Javed Ahmad Dar has said that government has taken several measures to boost the economy of the poor sections of the society, particularly, living in remote and hilly areas of the State.
The Minister was addressing various public gatherings at Wolanwar and Doniwara villages in Rafiabad constituency today.
The Minister said that it is the primary responsibility of every public representative to go at the doors of the people of their respective areas and get addressed their problems on priority basis, as the voters have great expectations from them after giving them mandate in the last Assembly elections .He said that it is his duty to raise and highlight your socio- economic and other genuine grievances in the relevant forums to seek Governments attention for their early redressal.
Mr. Javed said that special attention is being given towards the development of those areas which have been ignored and received less attention during pervious regimes. He said Wolanwar and Doniwara would be developed on modern lines.
Referring the demands of people, highlighted in the memorandums, the Minister said that all genuine demands of the people would be fulfilled in phased manner. He said Bosiya is being developed as a tourist destination where basic infrastructural development is going on war footing basis.
Meanwhile, the Minister said Rs. 2.75 crore is being spent on development of roads leading to Bosiya. He said, once the project is completed, this will open new opportunities of livelihood for a major chunk of the population of the area.
Regarding the up-gradation of Health and Educational Institutions, opening of new schools, Veterinary Center, Ration depot and Anganwari centers, fencing of religious places, construction of community hall besides other demands, the Minister assured people that the matter would be taken with concerned ministries for early approval.
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