Guv visits Pir Ki Gali, Hirpora Wildlife Sanctuary

Srinagar, July 2: Governor, N N Vohra, on Monday traveled on the Mughal Road and visited Pir Ki Galli, an official spokesman said.
 Emphasizing the high importance of this road, the Governor observed that besides providing the shortest road link between Poonch and Rajouri districts in Jammu division and the Kashmir Valley, this Highway shall open up the entire area for trekking, mountaineering, tourism and speedy economic development. In this context, the Governor stressed the importance of this important road being fully completed, in every way, on the speediest possible basis. 
 The Governor, accompanied by the first lady Usha Vohra, , also visited Hirpora Wildlife Sanctuary and took keen interest in the animals and birds species which inhibit this reserved area.
 Itesar Suhail, Wildlife Warden Shopian, briefed the Governor about the Hirpora Wildlife Sanctuary which spreads over an area of 341 square kilometers. Markhor, which is found in this Sanctuary, is a critically endangered species. Other species are Brown Bear, Musk Deer, Leopard and 130 species of birds.
 The Governor and the First Lady paid obeisance at the Shrine of Hazrat Ahmad Karim Sahib at Pir Ki Galli and prayed for sustained peace and prosperity in the State.
 Earlier, on arrival at Shopian, the Governor and the first lady, were received by Muhammad Javed Khan, Deputy Commissioner, Shopian, Mumtaz Ahmad, SP Shopian, Bimal Tikoo, Chief Engineer, Mughal Road Project and other officers.  

Lastupdate on : Mon, 2 Jul 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 2 Jul 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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