Saroori visits Azad’s home town, takes stock of ongoing works

Excelsior Correspondent
DODA, Feb 25: Former Minister and MLA Inderwal, Ghulam Mohammad Saroori during his extensive tour today visited home town of former Chief Minister and Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad.
Addressing the gathering, he referred that Azad had done tremendous work for the overall development of the State without any disparity during Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Congress Party regime.
Without mincing any word Saroori said that the funds which come from Centre get delay in Congress led constituencies. He appreciated the step taken by present coalition Government led by Omar Abdullah who launched special police recruitment drives in remote areas like Marwah and Dacchan. He urged the Government to launch such recruitment drives in other backward areas like Khara, Bunjwah, Chatroo etc.
Various deputations met Saroori during the tour at various places and every one complained about unnecessary power cut by PDD Department for about 15-18 hours a day. Saroori assured them that he put forth demand of more power supply for Doda and Kishtwar district and special police recruitment for ignored areas, in front of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.
Saroori also distributed cheques amounting to Rs 12.20 lacks among IAY and BRGF beneficiaries at Khara and Bhalessa area of Doda District. He inspected all ongoing works and took stock of the various measures put in place by the Government in view of ensuing summer.
Later at Thatri Dak Bunglow prominent workers of different parties along with their supporters today joined the Indian National Congress (INC) party. Saroori appealed to the new incumbent, party workers and leaders to strengthen party at ground level and to act as a voice of people in redressing their issues and problems.

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