Even after 24 hours PDD failed to restore power supply: Congress
Srinagar: J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President G.A. Mir Sunday expressed his dismay over the failure of the government to restore the basic services that were hit owing to few inches of snowfall in the valley.
G.A. Mir expressed concern over the power crisis, saying that even after 22 hours, the PDD has filed to restore power supply so far and urged upon the Government to take effective measure to restore the basic facilities to ensure that people do not suffer on account of electricity, essentials, road clearance etc.
In a statement issued here Mir expressed serious concern over the losses caused to orchards due to early snowfall in Kashmir valley, expressing dismay over the losses.
JKPCC President said this while interacting with prominent party activities in Anantnag, who apprised him about the damages caused to orchards, electric lines and roads leading to the towns and Highways due to the snowfall.
He expressed serious concern over the losses caused orchards and emphasized the Government to assess the damages for compensation to affected Orchardists, as that, they have suffered losses immensely
JKPCC President emphasized that effective measures be put in place to restore the traffic on National Highway, although the authorities dealing with the National highly are making all out efforts to restore the NH, but at the same time, they need to ensure safety of people, besides uninterrupted supply of essentials to valley, Mir added.