Welfare committee seeks road widening
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Oct 26: The Welfare Committee of Firdousabad, Dhobi Mohalla and Shah Faisal Abad Batamaloo have appealed the government to initiate road widening of the area road which connects with the Bypass.
In a statement the committee said the road widening was much required given the huge load of traffic on the road as it had become a vital connect with the rest of the south City. They appealed the local MLA Irfan Shah to look into the matter.
Meanwhile, the locals including Haji Abdul Ahad Shah, Sheikh Noor Muhammad, Abdul Rehman Dar, Ghulam Nabi Sofi, Mukhtar Ahmed Rah, Abdul Majaed Bhat, Molvi Habib Ullah Bhat, Noor Muhammad Shalla and others have expressed full faith in the welfare committee President Haji Abdul Kabir Bhat in continuing with his endeavor of locality upliftment.
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