Vyas For Speedy Redress Of Public Grievances

SRINAGAR — The Advisor to Gov­ernor B B Vyas on Monday directed for speedy and result oriented reso­lution of the grievances being faced by the people maintaining that these should be redressed on priori­ty within the shortest possible time.

The Advisor was interacting with officers and deputations dur­ing the grievance redressal camp at JK Governor’s Grievance Cell.

46 delegations and 51 individuals apprised the Advisor with their griev­ances and sought the intervention of the Advisor in ensuring redressal of them in a time bound manner. Khon­moh Industrial Association demand­ed power amnesty, implementation of SRO-63 restructuring of bank loans, marketing assistance and skill development initiatives.

A deputation of Kashmir chap­ter of KCCI projected several is­sues related to the development of industrial scenario and called for undertaking necessary measures for catalyzing the same. Budgam ring-road landowners demanded for increasing the quantum of com­pensation being provided to them.

The employees of PDD called for formulation of their recruit­ment rules so that their stagna­tion is addressed.

Senior Citizens Pensioners As­sociation led by Sampath Prakash raised several demands including payment of 7th Pay Commission arrears in two installments in­stead of three, grant of additional pension of 20% at 75 years-of-age instead of 80 years, enhancement of medical allowance from Rs 300 to 1000, grant of free medical scheme as announced by the government.

A deputation of Agro industries VRS employees demanded for re­lease of pending 6th Pay arrears.

Jammu Kashmir Pashmina Karigar Union called for strict implementation of Handloom Protection Act, complete ban on spinning and manufacture of Pashmina on power looms.

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