G.A. Mir for basic facilities to devotees visiting Pakherpora

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SRINAGAR JULY 31 (PTK): Urging the Govt to ensure every facility to people on the auspicious occasion of Urs of Hazrat Ali Aali Balkhi (Pakherpora) on of the most revered shrine in Budgam District, J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President G.A. Mir has expressed serious concern over the lack of facilities to people especially devotees paying obeisance at the Shrine.

 

In a statement G.A. Mir blamed the administration for failing to ensure electricity, drinking water, transport and medical facilities to people on this auspicious occasion, which is very unfortunate.

 

He urged upon the Government to ensure basic facilities to devotees and ensure that people do not suffer on account of Electricity, Water, Transport etc. (PTK)

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