Apni Party president leads delegation to meet LG Manoj Sinha at Raj Bhawan

The delegation from the Pir Panjal region presents demands for infrastructural development and submits a memorandum to the LG

The delegation from the Pir Panjal region presents demands for infrastructural development and submits a memorandum to the LG

Srinagar, October 14 (KNS):  In a significant move, Apni Party President Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari spearheaded a delegation, comprising party leaders from Rajouri district in the Pir Panjal Region, to meet Lieutenant Governor (LG) Manoj Sinha at Raj Bhawan in Srinagar.

Their primary agenda was to advocate for enhanced infrastructural development in the region, and the delegation presented their demands for infrastructural development in the area and handed over a memorandum to LG Sinha.

Besides Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari, the delegation members included Apni Party’s Vice President and former Minister Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali, Party’s Provincial Senior Vice President Chowdhary Qamar Din, District President Rajouri Manzoor Ahmad Bukhari, Sarpanch Chowdhary fazl Chohan, Sarpanch Chowdhary Mir Hussian, and Sarpanch  Sofi Aalam Din.

They apprised the Lieutenant Governor of the public concerns and grievances stemming from the infrastructural deficit in the Pir Panjal region. Also, they presented a comprehensive memorandum outlining their demands.

Their demands encompassed several critical issues, including the delimitation of Panchayat segments, renaming specific areas, the establishment of a degree college in Kotranka, the inception of new degree colleges at Peeri and Khawas, restoration of the ANAS irrigation canal, creation of tourism infrastructure, encompassing an Eco-tourism park at Kotranka and an amusement park at Patli Qila, the establishment of a Polytechnic college in Kotranka, a Gujjar Bakerwal hostel in Kotranka, a fire service station in Kotranka Budhal in Khawas, the installation of a 400 KV receiving station in Rajouri, and a 33 KVA receiving station in Kotranka, the establishment of a Crime Police post in Gaibas Narla, the establishment of an Ekalavia Residential Model School in Kotranka, a GAI BAS in Tehsil Khawas, the opening of JK Bank branches at various locations in Rajouri, the establishment of PHE centres, and the construction of essential roads, and so on.

According to the press release, the delegation members apprised the honourable Lieutenant Governor of the public issues and grievances, mostly stemming from infrastructural deficiencies. The Lieutenant Governor gave a patient hearing to the visiting delegation and assured them that all the major demands put forward would be redressed on priority. The delegation extended thanks to the honourable Lieutenant Governor for making appointments of the dependants of the deceased of Shamsipura Shopian, as the families were distressed for a long.(KNS)

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