Polythene manufactures call on Dy CM
RAISE THEIR ISSUES
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Jammu, Jan 31: A deputation of polythene manufacturing unit holders today called on the Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand apprising him about the problems they were confronting in the wake of ban on use of non-biodegradable materials in J&K.
Deputy Chief Minister assured the delegation that their genuine demands would be sympathetically looked into.
Several others deputations from Chamb Constituency also called on the Deputy Chief Minister and sought improvement of various basic amenities in their respective areas, including supply of drinking water, power supply, road connectivity and other civic facilities .
The Deputy Chief Minister gave instructions to the concerned officers to redress all the genuine grievances of the people in a time bound manner. He reiterated Government’s resolve to provide equal opportunities of development and prosperity to the people of State with emphasis on remote, backward border areas. He said coalition Government was vigorously pursuing the objective of ensuring all round Socio-economic transformation in the all the three regions of the State adding that all the available resources are being pooled to improve the living standard of the people. He said both the cities of Srinagar and Jammu are being developmed as metropolitans, for which Union Ministry for Housing, Urban development and Environment are liberally providing required funds.
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