Several delegations call on Advisor Ganai

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SRINAGAR: Various delegations Friday called on the Advisor to Governor Khurshid Ahmad Ganai at JK Governor’s Grievance Cell and apprised him of their problems and issues
Around 60 delegations from different walks of life and districts called on the governor.
A delegation of JK Govt Pensioners Welfare Federation and Senior Citizens Civil Society called on the Advisor and sought a hike in medical allowance and proper implementation of SRO 226. The group also informed the Advisor of various issues facing the senior citizens.
A delegation of Contractors Association Irrigation & Flood Control also met the Governor and demanded the release of funds for works executed under Accelerated Irrigation Benefits Programme and Prime Minister Krishi Sinchayee Yojana. They apprised the Advisor that the department has a liability of Rs 1.50 crores and the non-issuance of payment to them has made their life difficult. The Advisor issued on the spot direction to concerned Chief Engineer and told him to resolve the matter at the earliest.
The Coordination Committee of Dal Dwellers informed the Advisor regarding the encroachment of State land at various places. They apprised the Advisor of various issues faced by them in Rakh-e-Arth.
The former gazetted employees of the cooperative department also met the Advisor and sought the resolution of the issue of grade confirmation.
A delegation from Ammatpora Anantnag sought the construction of protection bund in their vicinity to prevent damage due to any natural calamity, particularly heavy rains.
A delegation of executive line officers of horticulture planning and marketing department of Kashmir apprised the Advisor with the departmental promotion issue. The delegation members complained that they have not been promoted from last 30 years, which needs to be addressed. They also demanded filling of vacant posts of AMO, AGMOs in the department.
A delegation of Garind Kalan, Budgam demanded macadamization of 200 meter long road connecting Jamia Masjid Garind Kalan to Mohalla Khanpora.
A delegation from Watshun Manigam Ganderbal informed the Advisor that in 2005 R&B department did the earthwork of their road from Baba canal to Ziyarat Sharief, Masjid Sharief, but no further upgradation work has been done. They requested the Advisor to direct the concerned to do soling work on the road which would be done at an estimated cost of Rs 2 lakh only.
Various public deputations and individuals also met the Advisor to Governor, K Vijay Kumar at Civil Secretariat.
The deputations and individuals hailing both from Kashmir and Jammu division met the Advisor Kumar and brought their problems into his notice and sought their redressal.
While giving patient hearing to the concerns and issues raised by the people, the Advisor assured them for redressal of all their genuine grievances and said that the Government is committed to resolve the people’s issues on priority. He said that the grievances registered would be forwarded to the concerned department for their resolve in timely manner