Saloora warns of wide spread agitation for neglecting development work in Ganderbal


Saloora warns of wide spread agitation for neglecting development work in Ganderbal

SRINAGAR: Awami Insaaf Party Chief, Sheikh GA Saloora has expressed anguish over the negligence of government in taking up construction work on the 4-lane highway proposed from Nagbal to Beehama and on the New Ganderbal Hydro Electric Power Project.

In a press statement, Saloora has warned of coming on to the streets with people of Ganderbal if the proposed work is not initiated on priority.

He expressed anguish over the policy of present and past governments for depriving people of Ganderbal on various fronts. He said he has certain expectations on the Hon’ble Chief Minister that she’ll take note of the public miseries and will direct the concerned officials to take up construction work on priority.



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