Srinagar: Stating Peoples Democratic Party was committed to development of all neglected and far flung regions of the Jammu and Kashmir, PDP vice president, Mohammad Sartaj Madni, Saturday asserted that Mahore would be brought on the developmental map of through various interventions.
A statement issued by the party said that Madni addressed workers during his tour of the Mahore. He said that PDP government “was making various developmental interventions” in Mahore which are set to “strengthen rural infrastructure in the area besides creating employability for the local people”.
The Party vice president told people that PDP was “instrumental in replacing sense of fear among people of far flung areas like Mahore with sense of empowerment and participation”, said the statement.
“As a sequel to this, he said, Mahore is being connected to the developmental flight of the state through various interventions of various departments of the government. He said Mahore is being connected with Pir Panchal and Chenab regions through road networks including Gulabgarah road which would give its people improved access and connectivity,” said the statement.
Madni said Reasi district held an important historical place and government was making all efforts to restore its position. “The possibilities of developing tourism facilities at Salal Dam would be explored which would give economy of the area a big boost,” he said in the statement. He described Chenab river as a “gold mine of progress” for the district adding “all efforts would be made to tap the potential of its waters”.
RDD Minister, Ab Haq Khan, in his address detailed the Rural Development projects in Mahore and adjoining areas. “People of the region are benefitting from the good work being done by the department. Rural development will take care of scheme for poverty elevation through infrastructure building and accessibility to poor,” Haq Khan said in the statement.