BARAMULLA: In order to ensure smooth and effecting Cross LOC trade through Uri, a meeting of officers was chaired by District Development Commissioner Baramulla, Peerzada Mushtaq Ahmad Shah today. Custodian Trade Farooq Ahmad Shah, SDM Uri Showket Ahmad and various officers were present in the meeting.
During the meeting, a comprehensive discussion was held over the methods to improve LoC trade through Uri.
The District Development Commissioner directed the concerned officers that land for residential quarters should be identified so that construction work will be started. It was given out in the meeting that goods worth Rs. 1378 crore were imported and Rs.1604 crore was exported upto June, 2015.
Meanwhile, District Development Commissioner, Baramulla today conducted an extensive tour to Uri Sub Division and reviewed the pace of ongoing development works in the Sub Division.
The Superintending Engineers, Chief Medical Officer, Chief Education Officer, Chief Agriculture Officer and officers of district administration accompanied the DDC.
The District Development Commissioner took stock of ongoing works in the Sub Division under various schemes.
The concerned Executive Engineers were directed to make available uninterrupted power and drinking water supply in the area so that people do not suffer during the holy month of Ramdhan.
The senior citizens of the area projected charter of demands for redressal their grievances. The District Development Commissioner gave patient hearing to the demands of the people and assured them that their genuine demands would be resolved in a phased manner, however, some urgent nature demands were resolved on the spot.
The District Development Commissioner is going to conduct such tour to Pattan Sub Division on Saturday to interact with the people and officers of different Departments.
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