Former minister and member legislative assembly (MLA) Banihal Vikar Rasool Wani Sunday conclude his two days extensive tour of backward and hilly areas of his assembly segment.
MLA Banihal visited most remote and backs knocks of Senabati, Gujarada, Chevli and Paristan and interact with local public there.
While addressing series of gatherings in these far flung areas of his constituency, Wani lashes out on PDP BJP government for introducing NFSA the anti poor ration scheme in the state.
He added that since from the first day of this unholy alliance in j&k people living in the hilly and mountainous terrain are facing hardships in respect of ration shortage, errors in implementation of NFSA, delay in clearance of liabilities in MGNREGS,IAY and other center funded sehemes and other sensitive issues.
Wani further said that the development of Chenab in general and Banihal constituency in particular is badly affected due to careless and indifferent attitude of present government.
During his two days long visit of these area of Banihal constituency Wani take review of all ongoing work projects in the area and urged upon the officers accompanying him to speed up the work for the early completion of ongoing developmental projects of the area.
MLA Banihal earlier visit recently sanctioned Senabati paristan road under NABARD and urged upon the Revenue and R&B department to ensure early starting of work on this prestigious road so that thousands of uncovered souls can be connected shortly.
He directed Naib Tehsildar Senabati to prepare revenue papers for providing compensation to the affected people falling under the alignment of this road.
Wani also visited the proposed site for PHC building Senabati and high school Paristan sanctioned of worth 4 and 1 crores respectively.
On the public demand Wani sanctioned 8 foot bridges under convergence and two toilet complex for Gujrada and chanka and school ground for high school Paristan under his MLA funds.
Senior congress leaders Farooq Katoch, Ishaq Khanday, Fakir chand, Sarpanch Bashir Kumar and various others were also accompanied with him.