Relocate Rohingyas, outsource SSH like Narayana: JCCI chief

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, June 26:  The Jammu Chamber of Commerce and Industry, president,  Rakesh Gupta today urged upon the Governor N N Vohra to relocate Rohingyas.
In an urgent  communication to the J&K Governor, the JCCI chief has sought the  intervention of Vohra to immediately relocate Rohingyas some where outside Jammu as the case is Sub-judice  in Apex court  and also outsource Govt Super Specialty Hospital, Resham Ghar Jammu to other private player in the Health sector like arrangement made by Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board with Narayana Hospital of South India.
“ It has been a long pending demand  and a matter which was firstly taken up by  Jammu Chamber to deport Rohingyas, illegal migrants from Jammu as the Chamber feels they are  a big threat not only to the communal harmony but also to internal security.  The matter is sub-judice before the Supreme Court of India and something between the two countries. The Jammu Chamber requested the Governor to take effective steps firstly to concentrate and keep these Rohingyas  in a camp who have mixed with the general population across the State and then relocate them to some other place out of Jammu,” Gupta maintained.
The JCCI chief  said that the Governor must take notice of the pending projects pertaining to Tourism, Industry, Infrastructure, Internal Security and Health. He pointed out that there was no much progress on Suchetgarh Border Tourism project, Artificial Lake on River Tawi, Mubarak Mandi Heritage Complex, Raghunath Bazar and Kanak Mandi  Heritage Circuit, Bahu Fort Gandola Project and development of banks of river Tawi on the pattern of Sabarmati. Bahu Fort Gandola Project, trial of which was done recently needs to be thrown open for public as soon as possible, he added.
“ It was announced that Dubai Ports World  and the J&K Govt entered into a MoU on February 11, 2018. The Jammu Chamber feels shocked after hearing that the copy of the MoU is not available with the Industry Department in our State. The  Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) project of more than Rs 129 crores was sanctioned but never saw the light of the day. It speaks volumes about rampant corruption going unquestioned by successive Governments,” he added.
The JCCI also demanded to expedite work on Jammu AIIMS and outsource Super Specialty Hospital Jammu by signing MoU like SMVD Shrine Board and Narayana Hospital at Katra.