Raise demands, seek redressal; Mehbooba assures time bound redressal


SRINAGAR, FEB 13 (PTK): Several deputations and people from all walks of life called on the Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti here today and brought several of their issues into her notice and sought their redressal.

A deputation of members of Gurduwara Prabandak Committee led by S. Janak Singh sought reservation for Sikh community in Government jobs, minority status for the community besides some other benefits as may be due to the community.

A deputation from Marwah, Kishtwar led by MLC, Firdous Tak thanked the Chief Minister for establishing off grid solar connectivity in the area. The deputation sought formulation of a rehabilitation package for the affected people of Bursar project besides introduction of more cellular networks in the region. The other demands of the deputation included setting up of a packaging unit at Marwah, developing eco-tourism in the area, stabilisation of medical and health facilities and improvement in road connectivity in the area.

A deputation of farmers of Jammu also met the Chief Minister and demanded rationalisation of rates of their productive land.

Deputations from Leh and Kargil demanded setting up of college at Nubra, opening up of Turtuk to tourism and raised some other issues.

A deputation of youth led by MLA, Yawar Mir and Waheed ur Rehman Parra also met the Chief Minister and complimented her Government for many of the pro people decisions, particularly the recent ones like reservation to Pahari speaking people and poorest among the poor.

Several deputations from Langate sought pacing up of developmental process in the constituency. Deputations from Pahalgam and Aishmuqam sought stabilisation of power distribution in the area, improvement in basic facilities and raised other demands.

A deputation from Karnah led by legislators, Raja Manzoor and Javed Mirchal demanded construction of tunnel at Sadhna Top on the Kupwara-Karnah road.

Deputations from Inderwal, Srigufwara, Homeshalibugh, Reasi, Bhaderwah and other areas also met the Chief Minister and projected their demands.

The Chief Minister listened to the deputations patiently and assured them to look into their demands in a time bound manner. (PTK)



Previous articlePolice Version of Kara Nagar Encounter
Next articleLegislators, ex legislators of Pahari community meet Mehbooba, thank her for the historic decision
Press Trust of Kashmir, popularly known as PTK, is a growing news gathering agency in Jammu and Kashmir. We believe in 3C’s- Credible, Concise and Clear. We report NEWS not NOISE. We have a strong base of capable reporters across the state especially in conflict ravaged region of Kashmir. Having just started the operations this year only (2016), PTK has grown manifold; Well the credit goes to the whole team whose dedicated hard work and relentless passion has made us to achieve what we are today. We never forget our worthy readers who not only read but share our stories. Online media is our primary focus. The PTK group also publishes a monthly magazine Kashmir Diamond-which gives a brief analytical view of the happenings and counter-happenings in Jammu and Kashmir. From social life to entertainment to investigative stories, PTK covers almost everything. We don’t miss whatever is happening around you, and if our worthy readers find that PTK has missed something. Feel free to contact us. Join us as and when needed to become part of the Valley’s growing news gathering agency.