Admn should work transparently to fulfill people’s aspirations: Saroori

Senior PCC leader GM Saroori interacting with people in Bunjwah area of Inderwal on Tuesday.
Senior PCC leader GM Saroori interacting with people in Bunjwah area of Inderwal on Tuesday.

Excelsior Correspondent
KISHTWAR, Jan 14: Former minister and senior PCC leader G M Saroori has aid that Governor’s Administration should work in transparent manner to meet the aspirations of the people.
While interacting with people of Bunjwah and Drabshalla areas of Inderwal constituency today, Saroori stressed upon the Administration for reaching out to the people to resolve their genuine issues. “The pain of far- flung areas has reached a level where the hope of peace and development is sure to gain substantial local support if tangible confidence building measures are taken to address the issues concerning to the far flung areas,” Ex-MLA said.
“They now want peace, stability and development to take roots, if substantial steps are taken in the right direction to positively impact the ground situation,” Saroori said and stressed the need and urgency for reviving the peace and development initiatives.
Saroori said that the Governor’s administration is responsive to the people’s needs and concerned about their problems and it should work judiciously and in a transparent manner to fulfill their aspirations and expectations. He said the Government administration should be alive to the public demands and necessary measures should be afoot to upgrade basic amenities and ensure prompt public service delivery at people’s door steps. He further said the administration should identify the works wherever necessary additional focus needed be laid to address the people’s demands on priority.
Prominent among those who accompanied Saroori included- Suraj Prakash, Ghulam Mohd Masoodi, Chowdhary Mohd Ishaq, Misser Din, Mohd Ishaq, Mahinder Singh, Ali Mohd Naik, Zakir Keen, Mohd Ayoob, Saif Ali, Mohd Ashraf, Diya Chand, Akhtar Hussain, Sunil Kumar, Des Raj, Bashir Ahmed, Noor Mohd, Qasim Din, Abdul Wahid and others.