Push forward dev scenario: Speaker to Panchs, Sarpanchs
Srinagar, Aug 17: Speaker, Muhammad Akbar Lone on Wednesday asked the Panchs and Sarpanchs to work with utmost dedication and push forward the developmental scenario.
“People have reposed faith in you and it is your duty to come up to their expectations,” Lone said while addressing Panchs and Sarpanchs of Sonawari constituency at Sumbal.
He said due to the efforts of Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah Panchayat elections in the State were conducted successfully, after 33 years adding that these elections had been conducted in a smooth and transparent manner.
He appealed the people to work with unity and help the executing agencies in implementing the development works on ground so that the benefits of welfare schemes reach to the people at their door steps.
The Speaker said work on various flagship programmes under various sectors has been started in Sonawari constituency to improve the living standard of the people especially those, who belong to weaker sections of the society.
He said government was providing equal opportunities of development in all the regions of the State adding that days were not far away when a new era of development will be visible in Jammu and Kashmir.
The Speaker said peace is imperative for sustained progress and development.
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