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The link-road of Mandir Bagh area adjacent to city centre Lal Chowk has been in dilapidated condition for over six months.GK Photo

Inhabitants of Royal Lane, Kursu Padshahi Bagh appeal to PDD

We, the inhabitants of Royal Lane, Noorani Colony – B, Kursu Padshahi Bagh appeal to the Power Development Department (PDD) to upgrade the wiring of the transformer installed in the locality.The colony transformer cannot bear the load due to damaged wires and link sets connected with high tension transmission lines. The insulated connectors often catch fire due to damaged wiring. Most of the time the electricity in our locality is cut in order to save the transformer from major damages. We had taken up the matter with concerned AEE and JE of Electric Sub Division Chanapora (KPDCL) Srinagar but no action was taken to replace the damaged wiring. We make a fervent appeal to chief engineer PDD to look into the matter and direct the concerned officers to upgrade the wiring on priority.

Residents

Aspirants for forester posts await physical test, interview

We, the aspirants of forester posts, are waiting for our selection process (physical test and interview) for the last 18 years, as we had applied for the said posts in the year 2004, in response to advertisement no 03 of 2004 & 8 of 2010. It is pertinent to mention here that the said advertisements were stayed by Bsc forestry candidates, and the honourable Highcourt had given verdict in 2020, & directed JKSSB to initiate the process of selection. But JKSSB has postponed our physical test three times since 2020 due to which we are under intense stress. We are waiting for our selection process for the last 18 years, but JKSSB is still conducting exams for fresh posts and putting our future at stake. We have crossed the upper age limit couple of years ago and are not eligible now to apply for other jobs. So the JKSSB must start our selection process on a priority basis. We now appeal to the Honourable LG to direct authorities to resolve our grievance at the earliest.

Aspirants

Electricity shortage in M.I.G. colony, Bemina

We, the residents of M.I.G. Colony, Bemina, are facing a lot of inconvenience due to electricity shortage in our area. Whereas the power curtailment schedule was recently published for the ease of the people and to reduce any overloading, we are seeing a great number of power cuts throughout the day and every day. The power is curtailed for hours altogether. We appeal to the concerned authorities to look into the matter as soon as possible.

Residents

Unscheduled power cuts in Kupwara, adjoining areas

We, the residents of Kupwara and its adjoining areas are facing tremendous hardships because of unscheduled power cuts in our area. It is causing a huge inconvenience to the public in general and the students community in particular as the various board and university exams are being conducted. We have not seen electricity during the day time in November and hardly receive 15 minutes of electricity in the late evening. As such we request concerned authorities to look into the matter without any further delay.

Residents

Aspirants of Junior Assistant posts await results

We, the aspirants of Junior Assistant posts, want to bring to the notice of concerned authorities that the examination for the said post was conducted in October 2021 but the results have not been declared yet. The post was advertised in October 2019. We request Kashmir University to declare our results as soon as possible because it is already too late.

Aspirants

Redress grievance of EWS apsirants from Bandipora

We, the EWS aspirants of tehsil Bandipora, are facing a lot of difficulties in acquiring our EWS certificates. We qualify all the requisite parameters laid down by concerned higher authorities for availing EWS certificate. Furthermore, concerned pathwaris, gardawars, naib tehsildars had also given consent after spot verification, which took us a couple of months. But when we have submitted our files Tehsil office, Bandipora, they got rejected. Pertinently, there are three parameters laid down by concerned authorities for acquiring an EWS certificate, I.e Income should be below 8 lakh per anum, land should be less than 5 acres and the residential area should be less than 6.5 Malras. But the said officer has no understanding regarding the third parameter (residential flat). It is the third parameter that the authorities are using to reject our application. We have applied for jobs in various recruiting agencies, on EWS basis, but because we are unable to receive the certificate, we are under serious stress.

We now fervently appeal to concerned higher authorities, especially Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir and Deputy Commissioner, Bandipora, to look into the matter and resolve our grievances at the earliest.

Aspirants

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