Sheikh Nasir listens to people's grievances in Inderwal

People’s Democratic Party Kishtwar district President, Sheikh Nasir Hussain Wednesday visited far-flung Horna Drubeel area of Inderwal constituency and interacted with the people, listening to their grievances.

During the interaction, the people raised several demands and talked about the issues they face, which included improvement in roads, better drinking water and power supply. It was also informed by the local job card holders that they have not been paid their wages for the last couple of years, for various developmental projects they executed under MGNREGA.

The locals alleged, “The only health centre in the area lies closed since the past several months.”

The PDP leader listened to the grievances patiently and said, “PDP under the dynamic leadership  Mehbooba Mufti is committed to provide better basic services to the people of far-flung areas, with the prime focus on education and healthcare.”

He assured the people that their genuine demands would be brought into the notice of concerned authorities for early redressal. Sheikh Nasir also spoke to the Executive Engineer, PMGSY, Jughal Kishore, Chief Medical Officer, Dr Abdul Majeed, and Zonal Education Officer, Mir Ali, and highlighted the problems concerning the people.

During the meeting at panchayat Drubeel, several people joined PDP. Among those who joined hands with Sheikh Nasir include Ghulam Nabi Kumhar, Ghulam Haider Ganie,  Ghulam Haider Malik, Choudhary Abdul Gani, Abdul Rehman Chapoo, Mushtaq Ahmad Rather, Ghulam Hussain Sheikh, Mushtaq Ahmad Qazi, Masood Ahmad Chapoo, Bashir Ahmad Kumhar, Bashir Ahmad Chapoo, Ghulam Ahmad Chapoo, Mohammad Aslam Qazi and Mohammad Abass Chapoo .

Sheikh Nasir welcomed the new entrants into the party fold and expressed hope that with their joining would strengthen the party. He asked them to spread the party’s message to every nook and corner.