Inaugurates Rs. 60 Lakh Dev Works
Samba – Minister for Industries and Commerce, S SSlathia has said that the coalition government headed by Chief Minister Omar Abdullah was committed to socio-economic empowerment of the people, especially those living in hilly, remote and far-flung areas.
The Minister said this while addressing series of public meeting at Vijaypur and Shahzadpur here today. He was accompanied by DC Samba . Mubarak Singh, SSP Samba Israr Khan, along with officers of various departments.
On the occasion, Sarpanchs, Panchs and local people apprised the Minister about their grievances and demands which included provision for uninterrupted power supply, potable drinking water, road connectivity, better medicare, benefits under IAY, BPL and other state and centrally sponsored schemes, etc.
Slathia assured them that their genuine demands would be addressed at the earliest and issued on spot instructions to the concerned for early disposal of the issues brought up in the public meetings.
Listing the development projects in the area, the Minister said that equitable development of all three regions of the state was the prime motto of the coalition government headed by Chief Minister Omar Abdullah. He said that last three and half years have witnessed massive development activities which have changed the developmental profile of the state.
The Minister also addressed a public meeting at Shahzadpur in Vijaypur constituency and also listened to the local problems.
Slathia also inaugurated various development works in Vijaypur Constituency which included construction of culvert over the canal in Ward No. 9 & 13, construction of link road to Vishvakarma Temple, link road Shahzadpur which have been completed at an estimated cost of Rs. 60 lakh.
While addressing public meeting at Shahzadpur, the Minister assured the people of the area that the pending lanes and drains and construction of banks of local Nallah shall be taken up soon.
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