Govt neglecting Pahalgam: Rafi Mir
Srinagar, Oct 25: MLA Pahalgam Rafi Ahmed Mir on Thursday accused the government of neglecting his constituency.
Mir in a statement alleged: “The government machinery functions only during the Amarnath Yatra period. After the pilgrimage is over people are left to fend for themselves.”
Mir expressed concern over people facing severe LPG shortage. He also castigated the government for poor electricity supply to the world famous health resort of Pahalgam.
He said that his constituency had witnessed numerous road accidents in the past two years and even after deliberations in the Assembly R&B had failed to maintain the roads in the area.
He urged the district administration to expedite the developmental works and also to ensure proper arrangements in view of Eid-ul-Azha.
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