MLCs, a former minister and ex-MLAs Tuesday called on the Advisor to Governor, Kewal Kumar Sharma at Civil Secretariat here and projected people's demands and issues for early redressal, an official spokesman said.
MLC, Charanjeet Singh Khalsa sought celebration of birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev ji at government level across Jammu and Kashmir. He suggested for holding seminars at district levels, distribution of gurmat literature, holding gurmat smagams, organising live exhibition on wheel with lights and sound system on various aspects of Guru Nanak Dev ji's life.
MLC, Vibodh Gupta drew the attention of Advisor towards delay in construction of filtration plant under LIC at Rajouri. He informed that the tender for the said project was allotted around one year ago but the project still awaits its commencement.
Meanwhile, former minister, Sunil Sharma led a delegation of daily wagers working in the Forest department at Kishtwar and apprised the Advisor about the issue of the regularization of their services.
The Advisor said that the matter will be taken up in the Service Grievance Committee constituted by the government to redress the service grievances of government employees.
Meanwhile, former minister thanked the Governor's administration for sanctioning degree college, Paddar under Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhyian (RUSA).
Ex-MLA Rajouri, Choudhary Qamar Hussain sought installation of more hand-pumps and transformers besides completion of PMGSY road in his constituency.
Ex-MLA Ganderbal , Sheikh Jabar apprised the Advisor about the issues related to new Ganderbal Hydro project and sought repair of damaged transformers in the constituency.
Later, a delegation of retired engineers also called upon the Advisor and put forth their issue of stagnation of services.