Development of backward areas Govt's priority: Sakina
Srinagar, June 3: The Minister for Social Welfare, Sakina Itoo today conducted a daylong tour to the Noorabad constituency and take stock of the ongoing developmental works, an official spokesman said.
The Minister addressed a public meeting at Nagnar village and highlighted the achievements of the present coalition government. She reiterated governments’ resolve about uplift of down trodden sections of the society adding that all round development of the backward and remote areas of the State was prime concern of the Government.
The Minister, according to the spokesman, instructed the concerned officers to speed up work on Nagnar link road and under construction water supply scheme in the village. She announced grants out of CDF for construction of housing facilities for five families of this village under IAY.
She instructed the Chief Education Officer of the district to construct two bath rooms in the Middle school besides posting two additional teachers there. She also asked the Assistant Director CA&PD to open a Ration sale depo in the village.
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