Khalifapora, Riyazat-teng seeks development
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 23: The residents of Khalifapora and adjoining Riyazat-teng in Shahr-e-Khaas have appealed the local MLA and Rural Development department Minister Ali Muhammad Sagar to get the colony lanes and drainage repaired.
The President Welfare Committee & Member Masjid Intizamia Committee Khalifapora Khanyar, Abdul Rehman Bhat said the work on the colony lane along Shiraz Cinema wall was left halfway since 2004.
This, the locals said, leads to inconvenience in moving out of their houses.
“Besides the dilapidated road, the waterlogging is another inconvenience faced by the locals,” the Mohalla president said.
“Moreover, the vital lane link road connecting Mohalla Riyazat-teng and Khanyar Chowk via Khalifapora starting from Makbara Khaas is also in a dilapidated condition,” Bhat said.
He said the road was repaired some six years ago adding that since then no repairs were made.
“Pedestrians especially schoolchildren and aged often slip on the uneven lane,” he said.
Apart from this, the Mohalla president said some other by-lanes also need repairs.
“The residents will be obliged if their genuine request is considered,” he said.
The Mohalla Committee appealed the local MLA to grant some money out of his constituency development funds for the colony upgradation.
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