Omar holds public darbar at Kupwara
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Kupwara, Nov 15: A day after holding a public darbar in Srinagar, the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, on Monday met hundreds of people in this frontier district, an official spokesman said.
He said that hundreds of people had gathered in the town to welcome the Chief Minister. “ The Chief Minister first inaugurated the PHE Complex constructed at a cost of Rs.1.95 crores. After inauguration of the Complex, the Chief Minister met the people in the form of delegations as well as in individual capacity where issues pertaining development of Kupwara, Handwara, Langate, Sogam, Rajwar, Keran, Machil, Wilgam, Kalaroos, Kralpora, Qalamabad, Qaziabad, Trehgam and other areas were highlighted.”
The Chief Minister, according to the spokesman, assured them that he was fully committed towards the development of the Kupwara district so that its prolonged developmental backwardness comes down to the minimum level and a new chapter of all round progress and prosperity is opened. “He earmarked hundreds of crores for PHE, Education, Health, Irrigation, Local Bodies, R&B, Floriculture, Rural Development, Agriculture, Horticulture, Flood control for their progress. Long queues of enthusiastic people were seen waiting in and around the Dak Bungalow to meet the young leader,” he added.
The Chief Minister, according to the spokesman, gave a patient hearing to all 32 delegations and the people who met him in individual capacity during his long 5-hour stay in Kupwara.
The Chief Minister was accompanied by his advisors Devendar Rana and Mubarak Gul, Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control, Taj Mohi-ud-Din, MP, Sharief-ud-Din Shariq, MLA, Kupwara, Saif-Ullah Mir, MLA, Handwara, Chaudary Muhammad Ramzan, MLA Gurez, Nazir Ahmed Gurezi, Deputy Commissioner, Kupwara and all the heads of the departments of the Kashmir division.
Lastupdate on : Mon, 15 Nov 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 15 Nov 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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