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Work on widening of Jammu-Akhnoor road to commence soon: Sham Lal Sharma

Sham Lal Sharma
Sham Lal Sharma

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5 Dariya News (Anubhav Suri)

Srinagar , 07 Oct 2013

Minister for PHE, Irrigation & Flood Control, Sham Lal Sharma today informed the House that 4-laning of Jammu-Akhnoor road has been sanctioned by the Centre with the constant efforts of State Government and work is likely to be taken up by the Border Road Organization (BRO) soon after completion of certain formalities. He said the issue of land acquisition falling under construction has also been sorted out with the concerned authorities by the Government.The Minister was reacting on the issue raised in the House during Zero Hour by BJP MLA, Mr. Jugal Kishore.Mr. Javed Mustafa Mir raised the issue of death of a youth whose dead body was fished out from the Jehlum River and sought factual report from the Government about the cause of death and action taken on that. He also drew attention of the Government towards snapping of electricity from Jamilabad village and wanted to know the reason for the same and sought immediate restoration of power to the area.Hakim Mohammad Yasin sought expeditious completion of receiving stations in his Constituency.Mr. Abdul Haq Khan demanded an inquiry into the stone pelting incidents at border villages located along the border in Machil, Lolab area.Mr. Harshdev Singh urged the Government to take immediate steps to tackle the situation that has arisen due to spread of Dengue disease in Samba district. He expressed concern over the detection of fresh Dengue cases and demanded appropriate medicare assistance to the patients.

Mr. Javed Dar demanded compensation for the fruit growers of his areas whose horticulture crop suffered loss due to untimely rains and hailstorm.Mr. G.M. Saroori raised the issue of one Dil Mohammad laborer of his constituency, who is missing for the past two months and wanted proper investigation to establish his whereabouts.Mr. M.Y. Tarigami demanded enhancement of incentives for the doctors, para-medics engaged under NRHM programme. He also demanded increase of incentives for ASHA workers.Prof. Chaman Lal Gupta highlighted the problems of border people whose land is located near the border fencing. He said the border people are facing so many hardships in carrying out the agricultural activities due to frequent border disturbances. He sought tangible steps to ensure hassle free activities by the people.Mr. Abdul Razak Zawoora demanded upgradation of schools in Shopian area.Dr. Shafi Ahmed Wani demanded adequate supply of anti-Rabies vaccines in rural health institutions in view of increasing dog bite cases in Valley.Mr. Yashpal Kundal demanded on-the-spot special Police recruitment in Samba area.Peerzada Mansoor Hussain sought uniform compensation for all those killed in different incidents in his constituency.Mr. Irfan Shah demanded appropriate compensation for those whose crops suffered loss due to rains and hailstorm in his constituency.Prof. Gharu Ram Bhagat called for expeditious completion of left over widening work of Satwari-R.S.Pura road.

Mr. Mohammad Khalil Band demanded timely measures for the repair and renovation of irrigation canals in his constituency to reap benefits of these canals by the farmers.Mr. Krishan Chander Bhagat demanded adequate funds for the development of bad pockets in Chenani constituency.Mr. T. Namgyal demanded proper investigation to establish the cause of damage of power turbine and other electric infrastructure in Nobra.Mr. Aijaz Jan demanded regular payment of ration money to the police personnel.Mr. Ashok Kumar alleged that due to late conduct of CET in the State, around 40 engineering seats remained unfilled in NIT, Srinagar. 

He sought timely conduct of this test in future to safeguard the interests of students.Mr. Mohammad Sharief Niaz expressed concern over the shortage of ration in the far-flung areas of erstwhile Doda. He urged the Government to take immediate measures to rush adequate ration supply to the area.Mir Zahoor Ahmed demanded up-gradation of power infrastructure in Pompore area.Mr. Balwant Singh Mankota sought steps to discourage black listed contractors in tendering process for supplying medical equipment to State hospitals.Ms. Indu Pawar sought appropriate compensation for the farmers whose crops were damaged due to recent rains in Marh Constituency.Mr. Mohammad Ashraf Ganai sought adequate funds for up-gradation/improvement of power infrastructure in Sopore constituency.Mr. Nizam-ud-Din Bhat alleged delay in completion of receiving stations in Bandipora constituency that has caused hardships to people. He sought immediate intervention of the Government for timely completion of these schemes.

Dr. Sheikh Mustafa Kamal sought scientific disposal of solid waste Atchen area said that people of the area have expressed their concern and Government should take immediate measures to address this complex issue.Dr. Kamaal also sought increase in the remuneration of Numberdars and Chowkidars.Mr. Rafi Ahmed Mir demanded immediate restoration of power supply to two villages falling in Ashmuqam. He said that power supply to these villages has been snapped for the past over some time for which the people are suffering badly.Mr. Abdul Rehman Veeri urged the Government to provide ration quota to the people who have not been issued ration cards till date. He also demanded issuance of ration cards to such people at the earliest. Abdul Gaffar Sofi, Mr. Charanjeet Singh also raised the issues of public importance pertaining to their constituencies.


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