Hakim for final settlement of Kashmir issue
Reviews development works in Khansahib constituency
Budgam, May 12: The former minister and MLA Khansahib, Hakim Yaseen, has asked New Delhi to take concrete steps for the final settlement of Kashmir issue.
“Time has now come when New Delhi should start result oriented talks with all the parties including Pakistan for resolving Kashmir issue so that the people in the subcontinent would get rid of all the hardships,” said Hakim while addressing a public gathering at village Latina, in Beerwah here in central Kashmir.
Hakim said government must open new ventures/sectors to explore employability for unemployed educated youth and create new skill development institutions to absorb the interested youth.
Giving brief account of the progress made during last nine years, Hakim claimed that health and education sectors were given priority and thrust to provide better medicare and education facilities. “In this regard, 14 higher secondary schools and nine primary health centres were established in different areas particularly in rural vicinity,” he said.
Hakim said Panchayats were pivotal in implementing all developmental and welfare schemes in their respective halqas through newly elected Panch/Sarpanchs. He urged upon them to work with honesty, dedication and prove themselves worthwhile on the expectations and wishes of the people who have elected them.
He said people were the best judges to choose their roadmaps for prosperity and progress and also could assess the peace and progress of the ongoing developmental and welfare projects in their areas.
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