NC leader Shaheen flays admin for power woves in remote areas
Post by on Wednesday, August 24, 2022
Banihal, Aug 23: National Conference (NC) leader and district president Ramban, SajjadShaheen conducted week long extensive tour to various remote villages in Banihal constituency including Neel, Bohardar, Chidwas, Gagoni, Pogal, Maligam, Wagan, Khari, Kawna, Sumar, Harog, Bajmasta in Banihal Constituency and took stock of the problems faced by the villagers on day today basis.
A statement from the party said that during the visit he met scores of people and also interacted with party workers. The locals apprised him about the dilapidated condition of roads, erratic power supply in far-off areas besides lack of health care facilities in their villages.
The people also complained about scarcity of drinking water in several villages and demanded construction of a bridge at Narad at Maligam Nallahbesides all-weather Bawa to Mangit road that will connect the majority population living in these villages throughout the year.
Shaheen said the bad condition of Banihal -Mangit road, Ukharhal-Panchal road, Ukharhal-Maligam road, DigdoleBajmastaroad ,Banihal-Mangit road has badly impacted the mobility and added to the miseries of the people living in these remote villages.
While expressing grave concern over the inability of the local administration in clearing the bottlenecks on construction of Bawa- Mangit road and Seeran-Sarachi road, the NC leader urged the R&B Department to take up the construction work on an immediate basis.
Shaheen expressed deep concern over power crisis in peripheral areas particularly Khari, Trigam, Mahu-Mangit, Sarachi, Neel, Pogal-Paristan and said that unscheduled power cuts have aggravated the woes of people in these villages of Banihal constituency. He said that the unscheduled and frequent power cuts continue unabated and people are facing massive inconvenience due to power cuts.
Shaheen also drew the attention of the LG led State administration towards deficiencies in education, power and health sectors and sought immediate filling up of vacant posts as also stocking of adequate quantities of medicines in the Health institutions.