Alamgari Bazar Mohalla complains of ‘odd hour’ inconvenience
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMMDANI
Srinagar, Nov 30: The residents of Mohalla Syed Afzal Sheeribhat at Alamgari Bazar in Shahr-e-Khaas have complained that the area lanes were in a mess as water supply lines were being laid at “wrong time.”
A delegation of the residents told Greater Kashmir that they were facing inconvenience to hold Muharram related events in the area as it was difficult to walk on the dug up roads.
“This work of laying pipes should have been done a month before Muharram,” the residents argued adding Ashoora procession would take the same route.
Muhammad Akbar Chalak, a resident said the locals were themselves trying to make some makeshift arrangements while similar complaints were voiced by Jahangir Hussain Rather who said the power network in the area was also fragile.
Also the Mohalla transformer isn’t properly placed, the locals said.
The complainants appealed the Divisional Commissioner, Dr Asgar Hassan Samoon to look into the matter.
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