Deputations meet CM Mufti, she assures redressal of demands

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Several deputations from various parts of Kashmir Valley met the Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti here today. They brought their problems and difficulties into the notice of the Chief Minister and sought their redressal.

A deputation of women employees of Civil Secretariat thanked the Chief Minister for many of her women friendly initiatives in the State. They sought adequate representation to promotee officials in the KAS.

A deputation from Shuhama, Ganderbal sought construction of Shuhama-Khimber road, construction of building for the local school and strengthening of power distribution network in the area.

A deputation of fishermen community demanded conceiving project for Wullar conservation, revision of APL lists and subsidized ration in their favour. Another deputation from Khrew sought augmentation of drinking water facilities at Satpakhren and construction of Bhaten-Sharshaleen road.

A deputation from Haft Chinar, Srinagar sought proper rehabilitation of dislocated families. Another deputation from Chatergul, Pethpora sought establishment of an anganwadi centre, veterinary centre and a health sub-centre in the area.

A deputation from Wanigam, Pattan demanded the construction of Wanigam-Kreeri road and connectivity across Fresthar nallah. Deputations from Trehgam, Kupwara, Pulwama and Chadoora besides private school van operators, stringers of Information Department, Medical Officers from GMC, Srinagar, solar panel traders and Aadhar centre operators also met the Chief Minister and raised their demands with her. The Chief Minister listened to the demands of the deputations patiently and assured to look into them at the earliest.

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