Expressing concern over the pathetic condition of people living in backward and far flung areas of Kishtwar and elsewhere in the state, JKPCC chief, G A Mir said that people are the worst hit and feel isolated in absence of road connectivity, shortage of rations, lack of basic amenities and infrastructure.
"There are no teachers available in schools, health centers are without doctors, the condition of roads is worst," JKPCC chief said while addressing a workers meeting at Nowpachi in Marwah area here today.
Accusing PDP led coalition Government for failing to address the multiple problems people are facing, Mir said that present dispensation was deliberately neglecting the people living in far flung areas of Kishtwar district and elsewhere.
Worst condition of people in these areas was quite indicative of non serious and callous attitude of coalition Government about the issues confronting people, he said.
JKPCC chief expressed surprise over the non availability of teachers in schools, doctors in health centres, shortage of ration, lack of infrastructure and other basic facilitates.
He said that PDP-BJP government was indulging in vote bank politics, ignoring people in far flung areas on political grounds.
The JKPCC chief exhorted the party workers to reach out to the people and remain steadfast in their service to the best of their ability, identify the problems confronting people for their resolution.
Mir further said that Congress party will not compromise on people's issues and development of the regions and it (Congress) will fight for equitable development of the regions and is committed to address urges and aspiration of the people in all the three regions of the state.
Those who addressed the meeting included MLA G M Saroori, MLA Haji Abdul Rashid Dar Vice Presidents, MLA Gulzar Ahmad Wani, Spokesperson Farooq Andrabi, General Secretary Hilal Ahmad Shah, Muhammad Iqbal Mir and others.