JAMMU: Several delegations Tuesday called on the Advisor to Governor Khurshid Ahmad Ganai here at public outreach programme under the aegis of JK Governor’s Grievance Cell and apprised him of their problems and issues.
A deputation of Jammu Tehsil Cooperative Marketing Society from Udeywala demanded rejuvenation of the working of marketing societies in the state.
The Advisor directed Secretary Cooperative Department to look into the matter and take necessary steps for the revival of cooperative movement in the state.
Major General (Retd) Govardhan Singh Jamwal also sought revival of Sainik Vanaspati Cooperative in the state.
The habitation of village Kheri from Jammu demanded construction of road from Kheri check post to Lambardar house.
A delegation from Bindupera from Samba, while projecting local grievances, sought construction of protection wall for link road Chapri Peer Baba Jamora. The delegation also demanded augmentation of water supply schemes and repairing of water pipe lines.
The deputation of Kisan Kalyan Samiti, Thakurpura, Kathua sought inclusion of border villages in the category of backward areas.
A deputation of PHE Workers Welfare Association demanded retirement policy benefits for PHE workers being regularized under SRO-520, compassionate appointment (SRO 43) of one family member of deceased daily wagers and release of pending wages.
ITI trained employees of PHE Department also demanded regularization of services and release of pending wage.
A deputation of POJK displaced families urged for speedy disposal of land settlement cases.
Several other deputations including J&K Contractual Lecturers (10+2) Forum, Motor Garages Drivers and Workers Union, J&K SRTC Employees Union, and sores of individuals also projected their demands and developmental requirements of their areas.
Responding to the demands, the Advisor reiterated that the Governor’s administration is committed to ensure outcome-based disposal of the issues raised by the people. The Advisor also issued on the spot directions to the concerned officers and asked them to take due cognizance of the issues pertaining to their departments and ensure early redress.