PHC Dangiwacha without BMO  

Primary Health Centre Dangiwacha Baramulla is without the Block Medical Officer from past many months. This has affected the working of health centers and patient care in Rafiabad. We have brought this into the notice of Director Health and Principal Secretary Health on several occasions but all in vain.

In the month of March this year, department had posted one BMO but he managed to get himself transferred within a few days despite Model Code of Conduct being at place.

Around 500 patients visit the PHC Dangiwacha everyday. It’s a vital health facility in north Kashmir. It is a Kandi area and the most of poor patients have easy access to this hospital.

We request the authorities of Health department to fill the vacant post of the BMO Dangiwacha forthwith. 


Baramulla contractors  seek Governor’s intervention

The electric contractors of district Baramulla are facing immense hardships due to their payments being stuck. We had complete various works under “SUBAGAYA” scheme.

We had executed the works in the district under “SUBAGAYA” scheme after completing all the formalities. We completed all the works within the stipulated time, even in far-flung areas, on war footing basis, which yielded the result to achieve the 100% power supply in un-electrified  households,  for which J&K was conferred with “Excellence Award” by the  by the  Government of India. But it’s unfortunate that our payments have not been released till date.

We urge the Jammu and Kashmir Governor, Satya Pal Malik to kindly intervene in the matter and directed the concerned authorities to release our payments ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr.

Syed Ali Rizvi, Goom Ahmad Pora Pattan

Narkara Budgam road in shambles

We the inhabitants of Narakara want to bring it into the notice of the concerned authorities that road connecting Ompora to Hyderpora via Narkara is in very bad condition due the digging of the drain from Hyderpora to Gangbugh. We had bus facility available through this route up to December 2017. However when ERA started work on the drain project, transport facility was stopped and is still unavailable as the road is shambles. The matter was brought into the notice of district administration many times, but nothing has been done in this regard for unknown reasons.

This road has potholes and trenches big enough to support aquatic life. Now we would like to suggest that if concerned authorities are not able to spend some peanuts on the filling of these trenches and make the road motorable it would be better to transfer the road to the Agriculture or Fisheries department for so that they can cultivate rice and fish in these ponds, which could fetch award to the district administration besides generating funds also.


Repair Firdousabad road

We the residents of Firdousabad  Batamaloo  are facing immense hardships due to the dilapidated condition of the roads. The road connecting our colony with the main Tangpora chowk  has developed  potholes and  is dusty when  it rains the water  gets accumulated  and makes commuting  difficult.

The road was macadamized in 2013 but it has been washed out due to the construction agency allegedly using sub-standard material.

We request the Governor’s administration to direct the concerned authorities to get this road repaired at the earliest so that we can have a sigh of relief.

Waseem Talib