PAMPORE: Bartiya Janta Party (BJP) leader, member, District Development Council Khonmoh Er. Aijaz Hussain called Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha at Raj Bhavan and apprised him of the functioning of DDC Srinagar, besides presenting the demands of people pertaining to creation of posts for biomedical engineers in hospitals across J&K and generating more employment opportunities for the youth, Er Ajaz Hussain told Kashmir Reader.
He also discussed with the Lt Governor various issues, including proper maintenance of rural roads and providing Birth Certificates by Block Development offices in rural areas, besides other issues related to the welfare of Shia community of J&K.
Lt Governor Manoj Sinha gave a patient hearing to all his issues and demands. He assured him of proper redressal of the genuine issues and demands on merit.
The Lt Governor observed that the UT administration is committed to holistic and equitable development of J&K involving the representatives of grassroots democracy and will of the common people of villages and cities. He urged the Er Ajaz to continue his endeavours for furthering the welfare of the people of his constituency.
Meanwhile, Bartiya Janta Party leader, DDC member Khunmoh inaugurated three electric transformers at DDC Constituency Khonmoh, at an estimated cost of rupees 25 lakhs.
Er Ajaz Hussain told Kashmir Reader that he along with Assistant Executive Engineer Power Development Department inaugurated three newly installed transformers at Shahabad Colony, Gretabal and Aparpora Colony in DDC Constituency Khonmoh and improvement of HT lines and LT lines.
The three new transformers inaugurated are going to benefit 300 families of the DDC Constituency Khonmoh.
The transformers were installed under the DDC fund at a cost of Rs 25 lakhs, Er Ajaz told Kashmir Reader.
He said that three transformers are going to qualitatively improve the power situation in the areas.
The residents of these areas hailed the BJP leader Er Ajaz Hussain for the endeavour. We had been facing a lot of problems because of the absence of new transformers, locals of the area said.