NC committed for development: Shamim
Srinagar, Mar 22: MLA Habba Kadal Shamim Firdous Thursday said the Government is committed to provide speedy rehabilitation to Dal dwellers at Rakh-e-Arth on City outskirts.
Shamim undertook a comprehensive tour of Dal lake and its adjoining areas today to review the rehabilitation of Dal dwellers and assess the damage due to recent windstorm.
“The Government led by Omar Abdullah is committed to provide proper rehabilitation to the Dal dwellers. People have been living and earning their livelihood from centuries in Dal. It is the responsibility of the Government to provide them with proper rehabilitation. I will soon take up the matter with the CM to expedite the rehabilitation process,” Shamim said.
While expressing grief over the massive damage to houses, hutments and houseboats in Dal lake, Shamim impressed upon the concerned authorities to allow the affected to undertake repairs.
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