Altaf lays foundation of PHC,inaugurates steel bridge
Srinagar, Oct 24: The Minister for Forest and Environment, Mian Altaf Ahmad today laid foundation stone of Primary Health Centre at Preng Kangan, which would provide medicare facilities to the people of nine adjoining villages. Earlier, Altaf inaugurated Grider bridge over nallah Sindh at Kulan which would connect Kulan and Rezon. Altaf said the Government was determined to provide basic amenities to the people and healthcare was its priority.
He said the Government was sincere to fulfill the aspirations of the people adding the people should extend their support to the administration in execution of projects. He announced macadamization of three link roads of Gund including Jamia Masjid-Sheikh Mohalla, Tantray Mohalla and Astan Gund-Kaloo Mohalla. He assured that efforts would be made to provide better road connectivity to the areas in Kangan constituency which would help in changing the socio-economic conditions of the people. Enroute, various deputations met Altaf and put forth their demands.
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