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Omar seeks redressal of issues in Beerwah

Omar seeks redressal of issues in Beerwah
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Calls on DDC Budgam

Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir National Conference vice president Omar Abdullah on Wednesday met the District Development Commissioner Budgam, Dr Sehrish Asgar at her office and raised range of issues concerning Beerwah constituency.
Omar, who formerly represented Beerwah Constituency impressed upon DDC Budgam to ensure all basic and effective amenities to the people of Beerwah.
He apprised the DDC about the shortage of drinking water and electricity in the Beerwah Constituency.
Omar while interacting with the DDC apprised her about the “nonexistence of any proper electricity schedule in the constituency”.
He said that the student community was at the receiving end due to the erratic power supply in the area. He also acquainted the DDC about the battered condition of various roads in the constituency.
He urged her to augment the pace of road repairs in the constituency.
Omar impressed upon the concerned DDC to boost the pace of work on various outstanding road projects in the area including Khag -Ari Panth, Beerwah-Magam-Budgam road linkages.
He acquainted the concerned DDC that the timely completion of these essential road linkages will make the lives of people in the adjoining better besides decreasing the time of travel.
Party vice president also raised the issue of health facilities in the Beerwah area. He said that the people had been left “to fend for themselves in wake of nonexistence of proper medical facilities and necessary medical staff”.
He said the lack of accountability in the local multi tire health facilities in Beerwah was taking its toll on the poorest of poor. He urged the DDC to ensure that the patients did not have to suffer any further in the future.
He also sought urgent intervention of the DDC towards ensuring accountability in various government offices in the area. On the occasion party vice president was accompanied by Prof. Abdul Majeed Matoo, political advisor Tanvir Sadiq and Dr. Muhammad Shafi.
Earlier Centre’s Special representative to J&K Dineshwar Sharma called on party vice president at his residence and discussed about the issues concerning the state.

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