'Make judicious use of electricity'
Ganderbal, Nov 23: The Forest Minister, Mian Altaf Ahmad, on Tuesday urged people to use electricity judiciously.
“I appeal people to make judicious use of power particularly in peak hours. Due to prevailing dry spell the water level in the canals has reduced to a great extent. If people use electricity judiciously it will reduce load shedding,” Altaf said while inaugurating 63 MVA, 33/11 KV receiving station, Manigam at Wayil-Ganderbal.
He said the government had initiated measures to provide adequate power supply, safe drinking water, better road connectivity, better medicare and qualitative education to the people. “Government has already started many developmental projects in the state which will be completed within the stipulated time,” Altaf said. He appreciated power generation department and PHE wing for their efforts.
Regarding employment, Altaf said the government had announced a special and historic employment package in the state and educated youth should come forward to avail benefits of the scheme.
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