Will develop Chrar-e-Sharief on ‘modern lines’, says govt

Srinagar: Minister for Agriculture, Ghulam Nabi Lone Hanjura, on Saturday said that all efforts were being made to develop Chrar-e-Sharief constituency in central Kashmir on “modern lines”.
Addressing a gathering in, Chrar-e-Sharief–his assembly constituency—he said, “In this regard, several developmental works have been taken up in the area. The government is also working towards further improvement and beautification of Ziarat Sharief Syed Alli Ali Balki (RA), Pakharpora, besides providing better facilities for the devotees.”
The minister said the government, under the leadership of Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, was committed for development all three regions of the state.
He said “concerted efforts” were being made to fulfill aspirations of the people, with the coalition government having “initiated several developmental programmes in the state”.
Referring to various developmental works initiated by the government during the last six months, Hanjura said, “Five New Type Primary Health Centers (NTPHC) and three Sub Centers have been opened in block Chrar-e-Sharief.
“In block Nowgam, the government had opened one NTPHC and two sub-centers, while in Chadoora block three NTPHC and four sub-centers have been opened.”
Construction work on various road projects was going on apace, while macadamisation of several roads has been completed, he said.
He announced that three community bore-wells would be established soon in Chrar-e-Sharief constituency, under National Saffron Mission, at an estimated cost of Rs 3.75 crore.
During the past six months, he said, Rs75 lakh has been released under Constituency Development Fund for different developmental works, including transformers and improvement of HT/LT lines.