Welfare committee calls on CM
Srinagar, July 11: The Welfare Committee of Indra Nagar Iqbal Colony and Sonwar led by former Minister Usman Majid called on Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah in his office chambers in Civil Secretariat.
“He was apprised about the need of a playground/park for forty five thousand people of the area and the one park cum playground known as Bagh-e-Mehraj-ud-Din is been taken away for allotments,” a committee handout said.
“It is also a known fact that all the open lands in the area have been taken one by one by different agencies. In the background the Chief Minister was requested to issue orders for the establishment of full fledged park cum play ground. He was very appreciative and gave a patient hearing and assured the delegation about his best possible help,” the handout added.
The delegation also called on Revenue Minister Raman Bhalla who, as per the committee, “appreciated the spirit of the committee working for the welfare of the people and children of the area as told to him that there is no means of entertainment and physical well being of the people of the area.”
The Minister assured the delegation about his full support for the well being of the people of the area.
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