Srinagar- Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha said on Monday that his administration is working on several fronts for the holistic and equitable development of all sections and regions of the Union Territory.
Sinha made these remarks during a meeting with a delegation of PRI representatives from Ganderbal led by DDC Chairperson Nuzhat Ishfaq at Raj Bhavan Jammu on Monday, an official spokesperson said. Mandeep Kaur, Commissioner/Secretary, Rural Development and Panchayati Raj was present on the occasion.
During the meeting, he said, the members of the delegation discussed with the LG various area-specific issues pertaining to development of the district and welfare of people.
The delegation, the official spokesperson said, submitted memorandums containing demands and issues regarding improvement of road connectivity, health, Power and drinking water facilities; sanctioning of Fire & Emergency Sub-Station for Chattergul, Ganiwan, Sonamarg; upgradation of schools; exploring the tourism potential and strengthening of health sector, besides expediting other developmental projects in Ganderbal district.
“The Lt Governor while interacting with the members of the delegation said that the UT Government is committed to fulfilling the aspirations and developmental needs of the people. He observed that the UT administration is working on several fronts for the holistic and equitable development of all sections and regions of the UT,” he said.
The LG, he said, assured them that all their genuine demands would be taken up with the concerned departments for their early redressal.
According to the official spokesperson, Sinha directed Commissioner/Secretary, RDD to extend all possible assistance to the DDC Chairperson and the PRI representatives for discharging their roles and responsibilities smoothly and efficiently.
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