CM’s Private Office receives 192 deputations in December
Srinagar, Jan 2: Chief Minister’s Private Office at Srinagar received as many as 192 deputations and 938 individuals from different parts of the Valley last month.
In a statement an official spokesman said the deputations projected demands about ensuring the availability of essentials in their respective areas. The demands were subsequently forwarded to concerned departments for their redressal.
“The major problems and issues projected by general public were concerned with the erratic power supply, restoration of transmission lines, shortage of Kerosene oil, dilapidated condition of roads and lanes, expediting the works presently going on for proper drainage system, extreme poverty cases, speedy disposal of loan cases sponsored by various departments to banks and other day to day related issues and problems,” the spokesman said.
Pertinently an effective follow up and monitoring system has already been put in place to ensure the concerns of the common masses are addressed in a time bound manner.
The Chief Minister’s Private Office also provided counselling and awareness to the people seeking financial assistance for setting of their income generating units, besides poverty alleviation, welfare and rehabilitation programmes launched by the Government for the benefit and upliftment of the people, the spokesman added.
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