SRINAGAR: Member of Legislative Assembly from Inderwal, Ghulam Mohammad Saroori raises several issues relating to the public importance were raised during a review meeting of key developmental projects of Chenab Valley which was chaired by Chief Minister J&K Mehbooba Mufti.
Mr. Saroori raised the issue of providing pure drinking water in Inderwal constituency by sanctioning new water supply schemes to which the DPR stands submitted to higher authorities of PHE department including Kansoo, Dagroon, Moori Balgra, Doori Bhagra, Keshwan, Deller Chatroo, lift water supply scheme at Dadpeth besides this construction of tube well at Kuriya and installation of 25 new hand pumps in the far flung areas.
He said people of rural and un-electrified villages are facing lots of problems due to non-availability of electricity. He demanded augmentation of power infrastructure in the constituency by allotting the Rs. 100 crores project RGGVY phase II to some contractors so that the un-electrified village may get electricity at an earliest. Also the construction of grid station at Kahara Bhalessa for further improving the electric scenario in the area.
The issue of shortage of doctors in PHC’s was also raised by the legislator and said NO are working in the rural and far flung PHC’s. He urged for filling the MBBS Doctor post in Rahalthal Mugalmaidan, Chatroo, Patnazi, Malanoo, Jakyas and Trauma/accidental hospital in Thathri.
Mr. Saroori also demanded transferring of ten kanals of land from Sheep husbandry department, five each for the construction of Tourist receipt centre (TRC) and Bus stand at Thathri which is the need of the hour, and will ease the local people and drivers from regular traffic jam on the highway.
He also called for immediate release of funds for construction of Dak Bungalows which have already been sanctioned including Sigdi, Kuriya, Mangthalla Thakrie, Moharwari, Karool Sarthal, Jakyas Bhalessa and Malanoo. He further demanded funds for early construction of foot bridges at Dandwar at Sigdi-Balana road, Khais Nallah near Khawra Chatroo, Haftan and Bhatyas Banoo areas.
Senior member of Legislative Assembly also urged for early starting the construction work on two vital Government degree colleges at Thathri and Chatroo, so that student community may be benefitted with this, which they are facing lots of hardship without the buildings in present time.