Mian Altaf announces Chuntimulla-Chakpati road
Sets 6 months deadline
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Sep 9: Minister for Forests and Environment Mian Altaf Ahmed on Saturday announced construction of 7-km road from Chuntimulla to Chakpati-Kudara in north Kashmir’s Bandipore district. He asked the executing agencies to complete the work within 6-months.
Addressing a public gathering at Chakpati Kudara, Mian Altaf said the government under the leadership of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah was committed to transform socio-economic status of Gujjar Community to make them equal partners in development and progress.
The Minister exhorted upon the officers of district administration, Bandipore to strive for percolating the benefits of development to the common masses in all areas.
He said every citizen has right to demand his share development programmes, adding vigilant citizenry buttresses democracy and enforces accountability
The Minister asked the district officers to undertake frequent field visits for mitigating people’s problems. He asked the Deputy Commissioner to depute officers of PHE for providing drinking water facilities to the Gujjar habitants.
Divisional Forest Officer was directed that dry fallen timber should be distributed among the genuine consumers for construction purpose. He said nobody should be deprived of his share due to him.
The Minister gave a patient hearing to their demands and assured that their genuine demands would be fulfilled in a phased manner. He said that the demands put forth would be taken up with the concerned departments for appropriate redress.
Deputy Commissioner Bandipora, Manzoor Ahmed Lone, Chief Conservator Forest Manzoor Ahmed, Conservator Forests Nissar Ahmed and District officers accompanied the Minister during the visit.
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