Altaf reviews essentials, timber supply in Kangan
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec 27: The Minister for Forests and Environment, Mian Altaf Ahmad, Sunday visited various areas of Kangan and interacted with the people to have first hand information about their problems.
He assured people that opening of Central University and new power project in Ganderbal would open fresh employment avenues in the area. “Unemployment is a big problem. But I assure you that our government is committed to provide livelihood to everybody. Central University would provide ample opportunities for the people of Kangan and Ganderbal,” he said.
Altaf issued on the spot orders to Power Development Department officials for repairing the faulty transformers in various areas of Kangan. He also reviewed the supply position in Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution stores. He asked the administration to provide basic amenities to the people at all costs.
He also reviewed the supply position of timber in the area. The people of Gutli Bagh, Wangaht, Kangan, Haripora and other areas gave rousing reception to Altaf on his arrival and thanked him for his visit to the area.
He gave a patient hearing towards peoples’ demands and assured that their issues would be redressed in phased manner on priority. He stressed upon them to fully cooperate with the departments in implementation of all development schemes.
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