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The residents of Mandir Bagh area in City Centre's Lalchowk have been complained about the heavy presence of stray dogs in the locality, which they say pose a threat to human life, especially kids and women. Special arrangement

Redress grievances of Bilalabad, B K Pora residents

We, the residents of Bilalabad, Lane-1, B K Pora, want to bring to the notice of the concerned authorities that we are facing a lot of inconvenience due to non-availability of power supply, proper drinking water, and dilapidated condition of our roads. Harsh winter has set in and all this has resulted in tremendous hardships for us.

We request the authorities to look into the matter without delay and resolve our issues at the earliest.

Mudasir Ahmad,

Resident

‘Bemina has become a garbage dump’

We, the residents of Bemina, want to draw the attention of the concerned authorities towards the problems faced by us due to lack of garbage bins in our area. Heaps of garbage have been dumped near the office of the Department of Economics and Statistics. Resultantly, the spot has become a breeding haven for the dogs. The canines make it almost impossible for us to venture out of our homes. The rancid smell near the garbage site is making it difficult for the pedestrians to walk across the area.

We request the authorities to look into the matter and resolve our issue at the earliest so the inhabitants could heave a sigh of relief.

Residents, Bemina

Delay in construction of receiving station at Pahroo

We, the residents of Pahroo, want to bring to the notice of the concerned authorities that the construction of the receiving station in the areas like Pahroo and Gangipora has been pending.

People were happy that Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL) has now intervened in this matter and it will be constructed within the stipulated time. Unfortunately, the work has not been taken seriously. As per the record, this project must have been on the verge of completion. However, it is still at its preliminary stage. Now, we appeal to the DC Budgam and the concerned authorities to look into the matter and take up this project on a priority basis.

Owais Ahmad Mir

Water bodies converted into garbage dumping sites

The rivers, lakes, and other water bodies have become dumping sites in Kashmir. The canals of the different water bodies get blocked due to the continuous dumping of garbage in them. This causes a huge problem for the people living near these water bodies. We request the concerned authorities to take immediate steps in this regards and initiate the cleaning of these water bodies. We also request the concerned authorities to take legal action against those involved in polluting these water bodies.

Abrar Hussain Hyderi

Hamdaniya Colony, Bemina

Greater Kashmir
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