Govt committed to develop rural areas: Mir
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec11: Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Hassan Mir on Sunday said that Government is putting all out efforts to ensure sustainable development of rural areas.
The Minister while addressing a public meeting at Krishhama in Tangmarg stressed on the need to make Panchayat Raj system more strong to have a sustainable development in the state.
He said the main aim of Panchayat Raj is to involve every citizen in the process of development. He said various bridges and buildings costing Rs 54 crore are under execution in Tangmarg constituency.
Mir said that it is good omen that people especially youth are coming forward with their demands for developing their villages. He said and assured future belongs to youth if they really know the value of peace.
Responding to the local demands, the Minister said that work will be soon started on link road from Mirgund to Krishhama. While as work on other 4 link roads of the area will be started in the next year for which project report will be submitted very soon. He also announced funds out of his Constituency Development Fund for fencing of the school building.
Mir stressed upon the officers to work with sincerity and dedication so that people could not suffer.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 11 Dec 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
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