Er Rashid embarrasses govt


Installs missing nameplates of ministries, babus in Civil Secretariat

Srinagar: In a surprising move, MLA Langate Engineer Rashid accomplished the installing of  the missing nameplates outside different offices of bureaucrats and cabinet ministries in civil secretariat here today. Pertinently, the ministries included Finance, Health, Education and others.

Despite offices opening in Srinagar more than 10 days ago it was surprising to note that nameplates were not installed outside majority of offices of bureaucrats and ministers on account of which common masses were facing lot of problems.

Today at about afternoon Engineer Rashid soon after entering the Civil Secretariat  had with him the nameplates  of officials and ministries  that were missing. As a matter of fact, Civil Secretariat had a lot of people at that time that witnessed the scene. 

Engineer Rashid got these nameplates installed outside offices of Finance Minister Haseeb Drabu, Education Minister Naeem Akhtar Health Minister Lal Singh and Rural Affairs Abdul Haq Khan and Commissioner Secretaries.

On the occasion, Engineer Rashid said, “The aim of the move of installing nameplate is to wake up from slumber the State Government and stressed that Ministers and officials have no idea of the miseries of the  masses. These Ministers and Bureaucrats are looting the state coffer  but do not consider putting their address for relief of common people.”

He had earlier expressed great displeasure over the missing nameplates in different ministries and offices in Civil Secretariat on account of which great distress and discomfort was caused to common masses.

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