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City mayor inaugurates CFC at Zewan

Later visited GB Pant regarding baby death case


Srinagar, Feb 04 (KNS): Mayor Srinagar Junaid Azim Mattu today inaugurated community facilitation centre at Zewan.
Mattu who was flanked by senior officers of Corporation and officials from Engineering wing on the occasion said, such facilitation centres help people of the locality to take benefits and organize social gatherings, events at ease and in an open comfortable space.
Mattu further stressed that more spaces needs to be identified for setting up of these community facilitation centres especially in Shehri Khas so that people having space constraint or due to other reasons can avail and afford such facilities in organising various social events.
This single storied facilitation centre built at an estimated cost of 49.90 lacs comprises of one big hall, a kitchen, one room, two wash rooms, cooking space (Waza shed) a slaughtering space and enough parking space.
Earlier Mayor flagged off traffic week that has commenced today near Poloview in presence of ASP traffic city, Mr Sonam Dechan and Additional Commissioner SMC Nazir Baba.
After conducting tour in Barzulla ward and Wazir Bagh market, to review sanitation and other allied matters, Mattu interacted with the shopkeepers of Wazir Bagh and had come up with the directions for face lifting of shops by maintaining uniformity in shop board with a specific colour and font size as a pilot project in the first instance from Amigoes Restaurant upto Gurduwara Chowk in Jawahar Nagar.
He further stressed for the beautification of this entire stretch to be created as hi-tech market.
Later Mattu visited GB Panth Hospital to ascertain the facts in the death case of a newborn baby from Kreeri.
Mayor talked to Doctors and paramedics and has passed on directions to conduct immediate probe against the allegations leveled by the family that death has occurred due to negligence of the hospital authorities. (KNS)