Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir government is working with the agenda of holistic development of all the regions of the Union Territory, besides putting in concerted efforts to meet the developmental aspirations of the people, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said Monday.
The LG made these remarks while interacting with the DDC Chairpersons Safina Baig and Dr Shamshad Khan at Raj Bhavan here on Monday, an official spokesperson said.
He said that the DDC Chairperson from Baramulla Safina Baig apprised the LG about various developmental demands of her constituency, besides other issues of public importance.
Similarly, DDC Chairperson, Ramban, Dr. Shamshad Shan submitted a memorandum of issues and demands pertaining to construction of mini Hydro Power Projects at various locations of Ramban; sanction of new bank branches; strengthening of health infrastructure and creation of new Education zones in Ramban.
The LG, he said, while interacting with the DDC Chairpersons observed that the Government is sensitive towards the issues of the people and is taking comprehensive measures for the redressal of the same at the earliest.
“We are working with the agenda of holistic development of all the regions of the UT, besides putting in concerted efforts to meet the developmental aspirations of the people,” Sinha said, as per official spokesperson.
The LG, he said, also urged the visiting DDC Chairpersons to continue their sustained endeavours for promoting the welfare of people on all fronts.
According to the official spokesperson, Mir Junaid, President Jammu & Kashmir Workers Party (JKWP) also called on the LG and highlighted various issues of public importance pertaining to execution of developmental projects in Handwara area; interior road connectivity in Srinagar; development of sports etc.
“He also appreciated the LG-led UT government for the efforts to reach out to the public at grassroot level. The Lt Governor assured Junaid that all the issues projected by him would be looked into meticulously for their early redressal,” he added.
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