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DC Kulgam presides over grievance redressal camp

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KULGAM: The district administration Kulgam on Wednesday organised a Mega Block Diwas in three blocks to take appraisal of the public issues, grievances and demands.

The programme was held at Devsar, Kulgam and D H Pora and witnessed overwhelming response from PRIs and general public who highlighted issues and grievances confronting their areas for early redressal.

The Deputy Commissioner (DC) Kulgam Dr.Bilal Mohi-Ud-Din-Bhat remained available at Kulgam to take first hand appraisal of public grievances and demand. He also listened to grievances and issues of people for redressal.

Officers from District Administration were also present during the block diwas.

People from Rehpora, Liroo, Churat Chowham, Brazloo, Poniwah, Turigam Parigaam, Mahipora, Aadigatnoo, Adoora, Akhal and other villages participated in this grievances redressal camp and apprised the DC about their issues.

Visiting delegations from various areas demanded augmentation of the HT power network in their areas.

A delegation from Akhal Gujjar Basti demanded construction of a road from Hitmitru to GujjarBasti.

People from Lirow demanded power supply from Chawalgam receiving station instead of Ramhama receiving station while People from Sudasuna demanded repairs of Sudsan road.

Also people from various other areas also participated in this grievances redressal camp and highlighted issues and demands of their areas.

The DC after giving patient hearing to the public addressed some of the immediate nature of grievances on the spot.

Earlier, ACD Kulgam Mohammad Imran Khan briefed about the action taken on the issue and grievances raised by people in previous block diwas.

Meanwhile, grievances redressal camps were also held at Block D. H. Pora  and Block Devsar where ADC and SDM listened to issues and grievances of people for redressal.

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