Naqib concerned over shortage of essential commodities
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec 30: Congress leader and social worker Irfan Naqib Sunday expressed serious concern over shortage of essential commodities especially LPG in Srinagar.
Addressing party workers at Zoonimar during a one-day convention, he said, “people in Srinagar City are facing a lot of problems due to the shortage of LPG, Kerosene and electricity,” he said.
“I appeal Chief Minister Omar Abdullah to personally intervene and make it sure that people in the city and especially in Zadibal Constituency do not face problems in this harsh winter,” he said.
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