SRINAGAR: Speaker, Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly Mr. Mubrak Gul today visited various areas of Eidgah Constituency, including Guzarbal and Pomposh Colony Palpora villages and took stock of people’s problems, besides developmental needs.
The Speaker was accompanied by a team of senior officers of PDD, PHE, Housing, Irrigation and Flood Control departments.
The Speaker asked the Housing authorities to prepare estimates of 20 lanes and drains in Pomposh Colony and submit the same to the concerned quarters for release of funds. He said it is a long pending demand of the people of the area and directed the concerned officers to take measures for execution of these works on war footing basis.
At Guzarbal village, the Speaker asked the PHE authorities to depute a team of officers to the area and prepare estimates for separate drinking water connections to the locality.
Several deputations met the Speaker during his visit and apprised him about their individual and collective problems.
The main demands raised by the locals included macadamization of Palpora road, repairs and renovation of link roads, lanes, drains and replacing of damaged electric poles.
Many issues were solved by the Speaker on the spot by directing the concerned authorities to redress the problem immediately.
Addressing series of gatherings enroute, including at Pomposh Colony, the Speaker said that the Government, under the dynamic leadership of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, has taken several initiatives for the welfare and betterment of the people of the State.
He said that the government is committed to provide basic amenities to the people of all the three regions of the State.
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