Dr Samoon, Ab Majid Bhat take stocks of public grievances at PWD Guest House Jammu

JAMMU, FEB 05: With the aim to resolve maximum long-pending public demands and grievances, the government has committed to providing all basic infrastructures to the people of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir within a stipulated time frame.

This while said by the Principal Secretary Animal & Sheep Husbandry and Transport Department, Dr Asgar Hassan Samoon and Secretary Cooperative and Tribal Affairs Department, Abdul Majid Bhat during the public outreach programme here at PWD Guest House Gandhi Nagar Jammu.

During the programme, a large number of deputations and individuals met with the Administrative Secretaries during and projected their different issues being faced by them in their particular areas.

A deputation of Ex-Servicemen demanded that the possessions of their plots are still pending more than last 50 years at Sainik Colony area and the plot was allotted to them by the Cooperative Society Jammu.

A deputation of Gujjar and Bakkerwal from Samba demanded that the construction of girls hostel and Community Hall at Samba district and they also demanded of political reservation for the Gujjar and Bakkerwal communities.

A deputation from Doda district led by Sarpanch of Pancheri Panchayat also put forth their demands including construction of a Dispensary of Animal Husbandry in the area due to non-existing of the Dispensary they are facing a lot of problems.

Another deputation of Dairy Farmers from Phallian, Mandal and R S Pura areas also submitted a memorandum to the Administrative Secretaries which include providing of insurance of cattle; equipment to dairy farmers in subsidizing rates and increasing of the rates of milk productions.

Meanwhile, a large number of individuals also met with the Administrative Secretaries and highlighted their demands and problems being faced by them in their respective areas including repairing and construction of lanes, drains and culverts, providing clean drinking water, uninterrupted electricity supply and improving health and other facilities in their areas.

The Administrative Secretaries also asked the people of Jammu and Kashmir that they must come forward to project their genuine grievances in the public outreach programme and also help administration to contour developmental needs of their respective areas so that they get better amenities.

On the occasion, Dr Asgar Samoon also appeals to the unemployed youths of Jammu and Kashmir and to submit their application forms for the opening of new pollution checking centres at Jammu and Srinagar and in this regard they can also contact with the concerned quarter at an earliest.

Administrative Secretaries gave a patient hearing to the deputations and assured them that all of their genuine demands would be fulfilled at an earliest and they also gave some on the spot directions to the concerned authorities to take early necessary actions accordingly.

Additional Secretaries Floriculture, Prerna Raina on behalf of Commissioner Secretary, Floriculture, Parks and Gardens, Sub-Division Magistrate Akhnoor, Gopal Singh, Regional Transport Officer Jammu, Dhananter Singh, Sheikh Fayaz Ahmed, Director Floriculture, Kishore Singh Chib, Tehsildar Jammu Bahu, Imran Naik and other concerned officers of concerned departments were also present in the meeting.