After 9 day curfew, legislators,officials discuss public suffering
Srinagar, Aug 8: After over a weeklong curfew, the legislators and the officials held a high level meeting in the City Sunday stating that the “government is committed to mitigate the hardships being faced by the people.”
This, as per an official handout was stated by the Minister for Rural Development, Law and Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Sagar.
The meeting amongst others was attended by the Minister of State for Housing and Urban Development Nasir Sogami, Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Naseem Lankar, Legislators of Srinagar district, MLA Sonawari, MYShah, MLA Zadibal Peer Mohammad Afaaq, MLA Hazratbal Dr Mushtafa Kamal, MLA Batmaloo Irfan Shah, MLA Habbakadal Shameema Firdous, MLC GQ Pardesi, District Development Commissioner, Srinagar, Meraj Ahmad Kakroo, Commissioner Municipal Corporation, Director Health Services Kashmir, Chief Engineers of R&B, PHE, PDD, Irrigation, SSP Srinagar, Director Education Kashmir, Joint Director CA&PD and other senior officers.
Sagar said the “government has already ensured uninterrupted supply of various essential items and services for the masses so that they don’t face any inconvenience on account of shortage of foodgrains.”
He said that the orders have already been passed to the concerned authorities to ensure the availability of essentials.
He said government was sensitive to the situation and was working tirelessly for restoration of normalcy in the Valley.
“We appeal the people that they should also come forward and help the government in restoring peace”, he said.
Sagar directed the PDD authorities to ensure uninterrupted power supply during the ensuing Holy month of Ramzan.
He also asked the CA&PD authorities to supply foodgrains besides other essentials in all the areas of the Kashmir valley.
“Appreciating the role of divisional administration for addressing the problems of the people in the prevailing situation, Sagar asked the administration to maintain close rapport and coordination with the people, so that an effective feedback is got from the people which would help initiate timely measures for redressal of their grievances,” the handout added.
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