Government committed to holistic development: Omar

Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah speaking to various deputations during Public Mulaklat at Srinagar on Friday.
Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah speaking to various deputations during Public Mulaklat at Srinagar on Friday.
Excelsior Correspondent
SRINAGAR, June 8: Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah on Friday said that equitable and holistic development of the State is hisGovernment’s commitment and a befitting roadmap is being followed to reach out all areas and sections of the society in the process of development.
Terming constant public rapport essentially important to receive first hand information about the status of development schemes and the needs of people in specific areas, the Chief Minister said that public interaction has been made necessary feature in the functioning of administration.
Speaking to various deputations from all over the State who called on him in his Public Mulakat session today, the Chief Minister said that Government’s intention is to ensure that maximum benefits of the development programmes reach to the people, as such proper monitoring and feedback is all the more important in this regard.
The deputations brought matters of various nature to the notice of the Chief Minister and sought his intervention in redressal of grievances and accommodation of area specific demands.
A deputation of J&K Papier Machie Sakhta Sazan highlighted the issues of strengthening this trade and enabling educated youth to start ventures in this activity.
A deputation from Houseboat Owners Association apprised the Chief Minister of the difficulties they face for reconstruction of damaged houseboats and also discussed matters pertaining to their welfare.
A deputation of Kashmir Transformer Manufactures and Repairs Association talked about various issues relating to their trade and its flourishing. A deputation of Muslim Education Institution, Pampore requested for grant of land to the institute and gave resume of the activities of the institute in the field of education.
A deputation from Shopian raised the issue of clearance of SRO 43 cases, while a deputation of Chadoora presented memoranda for the redressal of local grievances on development front. A deputation from Chiwade, Jammu apprised the Chief Minister of their development demands and requested for upgradation of road connectivity, grant of higher secondary school and improvement in the power distribution system.
A deputation of Sikhs raised the issue of the welfare of their community while as deputation from Tral presented resume of their demands and various deputations from Sopore, Srinagar, Kupwara, Kangan, Kulgam, Bemina, Charar-i-Sharief, Shopian and other places raised the issues pertaining to their areas.
Scores of individuals also met the Chief Minister and brought to his notice the issues of individual nature seeking his help for their redressal.
The Chief Minister gave patient hearing and disposed of the issues of urgent importance on spot while the others were referred to the concerned quarters for urgent appropriate action.

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