SRINAGAR Over 209 apprised the Advisor to Governor, B B Vyas, Thursday about the grievances that ranged from lack of infrastructure facilities to delay in regularisation of employment.
The complaints of 49 delegations and 53 people were heard during the public outreach programme here held by Governors Grievance Cell. On the spot directions to the officials for speedy redressal of the grievances were issued.
MLA Eidgah, Mubarak Gul while interacting with the Advisor raised several developmental issues of his constituency and sought immediate redressal of the same.
A delegation from Harwan (Barji) met advisor and projected that 1.5 Km road should be macadamized near Imambara.
Deputation from Sogam, Lolab demanded that newly constructed sub district hospital Sogam should be commissioned. The delegation also demanded that sufficient number of doctors and paramedics should also be posted in the hospital.
A delegation of tourism facilitators raised the issue of their regularization.
Deputations of multi purpose workers (MPWs) working in rural development department raised the issue of their seniority and sought its immediate rederssal.
A delegation from SKIMS raised the issue of advanced paediatric Centre at SKIMS. Deputation of Programme officers of MGNERAGA called for regularization of their services.
Welfare Committee Gosia Maloora Shaltang raised several issues of their locality. They demanded upgradation of electric transformer and construction of lane in their mohalla.
A deputation from Ajas Bandipora called on the Advisor and raised the issue of construction of road from Sloukbala to Kita Sahai. A deputation from Noordbagh Srinagar raised the issue of upgradation of existing dewatering station of the area.
A deputation of artisans demanded that relief on account of the damages due to the 2014 floods and also financial assistance to them.
Hari Singh High Street Shopkeepers Association demanded better civic and parking facilities to traders
Delegation of PHE employees raised the issue of non-payment of wages, regularization of their services. A physically challenged delegation also met with the Advisor and sought financial assistance, relief.
A deputation from Rajouri met with the Advisor and projected several demands including degree college to Darhal and proper maintenance of Rajouri- Darhal road. A deputation of retired employees of Road Transport Corporation raised the issue of solving their pension cases.
Delegation from Darkhai Tangmarg raised several public importance issues of the area and demanded widening and proper maintenance of Darkhai- Tangmarg road.
A delegation from Bandipora raised the issue of deteriorating condition of roads in the area and demanded that Sumbal, Chiwa road should be macadamized.
A delegation of Goods Transport Corporation Association, Parimpora demanded, macdamization of internal roads. A deputation of Bar Association Pampore demanded renovation of Munsif complex.
A delegation of Mendal Devsar raised several issues and demanded work on Kulgam- Mandal road be started. A deputation of PHE contractors raised the issue of their pending payments.
A delegation of EllahiBagh raised several public issues of their area especially the drainage issues.
A delegation of J&K Electric contractors Association raised the issue of pending payments of RAPDRP.
Deputation of technicians (ITI) trained of PDD department called for solving their stagnation issue and coming up with assured carrier progression.
A delegation of Kashmiri Pandit employees appointed under the PM Package residing in Ganderbal demanded better,accommodation facilities.
A deputation from civil Society Safapora Manasbal demanded setting up of womens college.
Delegation of PHE daily wagers demanded releasing of their wages/salary.
Several other deputations and individuals also raised various issues regarding to their service issues, development of their areas and also related to PDD, RDD, and Housing.
The Advisor raised the issues with the concerned departments and directed for the prompt disposal of their grievances. He said that necessary instructions already stand conveyed to ensure that the people get quality services and do not face any inconvenience.
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