Members raise issues of public importance
Srinagar, Sep 27: As many as 30 members raised matters of public importance during Zero Hour in the Legislative Assembly today, an official spokesman said.
Sajjad Ahmed Kichloo, Jugal Kishore, Indu Pawar, T Namgyal and Chaudary Muhammad Ramzan raised the issue of compensation to people who have suffered loss to their crops in their areas due to torrential rains. They demanded proper survey should be conducted by the revenue authorities before finalizing the quantum of compensation.
Nazir Ahmed Gurezi congratulated the Government for reorganization of physical education department. He demanded releasing of higher grades to the physical education teachers. He also demanded creation of posts of physical education teachers in all newly created districts.
Sharief Niaz pleaded that the schedule of exams of 10+2 should be extended.
G M Saroori demanded construction of Chatroo-Vailoo tunnel to improve road connectivity with other parts of the State as well as with Himachal Pradesh.
Mir Saifullah demanded revocation of government order of appointing candidates of other districts against the vacancies of the Kupwara district. He said these vacancies should be filled up locally only.
Hakim Muhammad Yasin raised the issue of some youth appointed against the clear vacancies over 14 years ago and demanded their regularization.
Kafil-ur-Rehman demanded early clearance of liabilities on account of construction of various rehabilitation projects in Karnah after the earthquake of 2005.
Radhey Sham Sharma demanded early release of selection list of Class IV posts whose interviews were conducted during 2006.
Bharat Bhushan demanded early filling up of vacant posts of teachers in his constituency, whileas Muhammad Ashraf Mir demanded filling up all the vacancies of doctors in the Sub District Hospital, Sopore.
Er. Rashid demanded winding up of VDCs. He also supported Saifullah’s demand for revocation of government order.
Vikar Rasool demanded proper implementation of NURM programme in Banihal area.
Charanjeet Singh raised issues of slow progress in road projects constructed under PMGSY. He demanded punishment for defaulting contractors.
Bimla Luthara pleaded that family pension should also be given to those who are not enlisted in the BPL survey lists.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 27 Sep 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 27 Sep 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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