Srinagar needs fast pace development: Bukhari

Srinagar : Former Minister Public Works and MLA Amirakadal Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari on Monday stressed on the need for a fast pace infrastructural development in Srinagar city.  

Addressing a party convention at Mehjoor Nagar, Bukhari said that there is a dire need to ensure a sustainable infrastructural development across the State especially in Srinagar City that matches the standards of a modern city in the country.

The convention was attended by all ward heads of the Zone Amirakadal including Zonal President Mohammad Ashraf Dar. Senior party leader Abdul Hamid Kosheen was also present on this occasion.

While taking stock of the ongoing works of restoration and up-gradation of infrastructure in Amirakadal constituency, Bukhari said that efforts are on to make this constituency as a model constituency in the State. 

“As you know there was a huge developmental deficit in this constituency when I took over as MLA but with the grace of God Amirakadal witnessed a shift in all sectors including roads, health care, education, power and recreation during the last one year. God willing, this constituency which has been the heart of city shall witness a holistic development in coming days,” Bukhari assured the convention.  

While obtaining a firsthand appraisal on the status of Party’s membership drive in the constituency, Bukhari asked the party cadres to gear up and take measures to reach out to the people and strengthen the party at the grass root level. He said PDP has never been power hungry and always wanted to facilitate peace and prosperity in Jammu and Kashmir.

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