Naeem Akhtar convenes Grievances Redress Camp in Ganderbal

Naeem Akhtar convenes Grievances Redress Camp in Ganderbal

Srinagar : Reaching out to the people of Ganderbal, Minister for Public Works and Culture, Naeem Akhtar, today held a ‘Grievance Camp’ here to take stock of ongoing developmental works and address the issues faced by the people of the district.
Several delegations comprising of young and old, men and women from various areas of Ganderbal district met the Minister at the office of Deputy Commissioner here, where the camp was organized, and apprised him about the problems faced by them in their day-to-day life regarding roads, supply of electricity and drinking water.
The Minister assured the delegations that the development of Ganderbal district is a top priority for the state government and the chief minister Mehbooba Mufti is taking keen interest in ensuring that the fruits of economic transformation taking place across the state are tasted by Ganderbal as well.
“The government will come out with a holistic plan for overall development of Ganderbal including road widening and sanitation projects that will fulfil the long-pending demands of this historic town. Besides, the new hospital with state-of-the-art facilities will soon be dedicated to people which will go a long way in addressing the issues of healthcare in Ganderbal,” Akhtar said.
The Works Minister said that on the demand of several delegations, he has raised the issue of lack of proper sanitation in Ganderbal town with the Housing and Urban Development Minister, Sat Sharma, and a positive announcement will be made by the state government in this regard very soon.
During his interactions at the camp, the Minister gave patient hearing to the grievances of the people and also issued on-spot directions to the officers of the civil and police administration regarding the issues raised by the public. Senior officers of the district administration also attended the camp.

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