TralWith a motive to fight for the development of constituency, a large number of citizens from different areas of Tral on Sunday, organised a meeting at Tral town, which was presided over by a senior retired bureaucrat Bashir Ahmad Jan in the premises of Dilnag Park.
The participants had a threadbare discussions on the poor and delayed development process in Tral constituency since decades.
On the occasion, the participants condemned the government apathy towards people of Tral area.
To agitate and to register people’s protest for dilly dallying tactics adopted by govt regarding genuine demands, the participants decided to have a reasonable and vibrant council of respected citizens of Tral under nomenclature, “Citizens Council TRAL”.
While talking to this reporter , Chairman Farooq Trali said that there are scores of problems in the TRAL and its villages which need immediate redressal.
“The main motive of the constitution of Citizens Council is to highlight the issues of Tral sub division where people suffers from a lot of problems due to the lack of basic amenities” Trali said.
Among those who took part included B A Jan, retired secretary information, B A Trag retired Dy Director Planning , AG Baba retired Tehsil Education Officer, GM Mir ex Accounts Officer, GM Kantroo Ex Engineer, M Altaf Chadroo ex Lecturer, GH Wani ex trade union leader, M M Batkoo , Ex Dy Director Planning, Nasrullah Chief Agri Officer, F A Mir Chief Agriculture Officer, G N Ganiae Ex Engineer, Syed Nazir Ahmad, Masood Ahmad Ex Naib Tehsildar, Haji M Maqbool Bhat and scores of others were present in the meeting.
For strengthening the council some office bearers were elected including Farooq Trali Chairman, G H Wani Vice Chairman, B A Trag Vice Chairman, G M Kantroo, G Secretary, Haji M Maqbool Bhat Treasurer, M Altaf Chadroo Publicity Secretary, A G Baba and B A Jan Advisors and Shah Faisal as Secretary.
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