PDP alleges bungling in solar lights distribution
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 3: The People’s Democratic Party Thursday called for a probe in alleged bungling in the distribution of solar lights in Jammu and Kashmir.
“The government assistance to the people was handed out as personal favours to beneficiaries by the National Conference. This trend must stop and authorities must ensure fair and transparent distribution of solar lights and other officially supplied materials to the people under proper guidelines”, PDP Chief Spokesman, Naeem Akhtar said in a statement.
“We have received various complaints of bungling and favoritism from different parts especially Gurez”, he added.
He said there was ‘unfair’ distribution of solar lights in various villages of Gurez sub division. “The bungling has been reported from Achoora, Churwan and Markoot,” he alleged.
“The complainants have reported that the lists of eligible beneficiary were being over turned to accommodate favourites of the ruling party, whereas in some cases allegations of corruption have also been reported”, he said.
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