SRINAGAR: Minister for Agriculture, Mr. Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanjura today visited various areas in Chrar-e-Sharief constituency and took stock of the development works under execution there besides listening to peoples grievances. He also inaugurated New Type Primary Health Centre (NTPHC) at Baripathri.
Deputy Commissioner, Budgam Mir Altaf Ahmad and Senior Officers of PHE, Irrigation, R&B, PDD, Health, Education, Rural Development, Revenue and Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution departments accompanied the Minister during his visit.
Interacting with the people at different places included Kanidajan, Braripathri and Pakharpora, Mr. Hanjura said the Government is committed for socio-economic development of every section of the society especially the down-trodden and weaker ones and in this regard several welfare schemes have been launched for effective implementation.
The Minister announced Ultra Sonography machine for Pakharpora Hospital out of his Constituency Development Fund (CDF). He also said that the matter with regard to providing of X-Ray Plant for the hospital would be taken up with the concerned for early sanction. Mr. Hanjura said that Receiving Station would be constructed at Pakharpora soon adding that it was a long pending demand of the people of the area.
The Minister said that the Detailed Project Report for construction of Water Supply Scheme, Sonbangar has been prepared and work on the project will be started at an earliest.
The Minister also announced Potato Seed Village for Kanidajan area for Kharief 2016. He said Hi-Quality seeds will be provided to the farmers of the area on concessional rates.
Referring to Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeeds 2002-2005 tenure, Mr. Hanjura said that holistic development and sense of security among the people were witnessed during the period. He said the present coalition Government is fully aware about the peoples problems and committed to fulfill the peoples grievances as per their aspirations.
The people projected several demands which include Degree College and Education Zone for Pakharpora, construction of lanes, drains and protection bunds.
The Minister assured them that the demands projected would be looked into and redressed properly by taking up with the concerned departments.
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