J&K Kissan Union urges govt to settle various pending issues
Post by on Wednesday, July 13, 2022
Sunderbani, July 12: Former legislator and chairman, All J&K Kissan Union (AJKKU) Ashok Sharma Tuesday urged upon the LT Governor, Chief-Secretary and Revenue Secretary to posts Tehsildars at Sunderbani, Siot and Bari Pattan in public interest ensuring disposal of the files with regards to Pahari, EWs, ST and SC certificates and day to day public functions without any delay and release 72 months wages of agitating PHE workers while reaching to the demands of the workmen, farmers, youth and general public during his monthly sitting at Sunderbani.
He urged upon the Lt. Governor and Agriculture Production Commissioner and Secretary Finance to exempt the road tax imposed by the UT Government on tractors used for agriculture purposes.
The Chairman, AJKKU urged the government to withdraw finance department circulars dated 18-02-2021 and 06-10-2021 and enhanced medical allowance for the pensioners to Rs. 1000/- per month.
He also stressed upon release of the payments of MGNREGA of 2017 of Hathal and Parat and for the years 2019-20 for villages Siot and Palli. The other issues projected by the delegations were renovation and repair of deplorable recently constructed Laiter to Kali Dab via Devak road, construction and completion of road and culberd Vyas Ghar to Snah Nalla up to house of Barfi Ram Parat, by R&B department cost estimated at (Rs.3,90,000/-), widening of Thandapani to Taryath via Bari Gala road, construction of 4 Kms Highway to Bakhar Mora Talla road, black topping of GHSS Sunderbani to Roari Tala 2 Kms road, completion of pending side filling of Marchola to Kalidab Taryath road by PMGSY.
Sharma also stressed upon the passing of the different kinds of mutations including that of succession mutations in a time bound manner to avoid public inconvenience, teaching staff at HSS Devak, augmentation of water supply schemes at Devak, Peer Khana, (Saleri) and PDD Grid Station Devak and control of monkey menace in village Fulwari Sunderbani, release of funds of Ward no. 11, Sunderbani by UED Department amounting to Rs. 48.58 lacs pending vide letter no. DULVJ/2017/13695-96 dated 06-01-2018.
During the public hearings aimed at listening, recording the public grievances and approaching the authorities for redressal and working as a bridge between the public and the government. The delegations of PHE workers, Tractor Union, Pensioners Association, representatives of PRIs, NGO’s and unorganized workers, youth and farmers met and presented their problems they are faced with, to former Lawmaker and Kissan leader who assured them to take up the problems with the rank and file of the government.