Surinder Choudhary calls on CM
Srinagar, May 2
Member of the Legislative Council (MLC) and senior leader of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Surinder Choudhary today called on Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti at Srinagar and apprised Chief Minister about the problems being faced by the residents of Nowshera assembly constituency of Rajour district.
During his meeting with Chief Minister, PDP MLC sought attention of the Chief Minister towards unending miseries of the border residents who have been bearing maximum brunt due to hostility between India and Pakistan. He demanded construction of bunkers after the safer places so that border residents could save their lives at the time of firing and shelling.
MLC also placed before her many genuine and pressing demands of the inhabitants of Nowshera and sought her immediate attention to address all the issues as early as possible to mitigate miseries of the people.
Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti gave a patience hearing to the demands raised by Surinder Choudhary and assured earlier redressal of all genuine and deserving demands. She assured party MLC that instructions will be given to the concerned authorities for addressing these demands.
Listing problems being faced by the tribal community, he demanded electric supply should be supplied to the un-electrified hamlets of Schedule Tribe (ST) in Nowshera area. He sought intervention of the Chief Minister to implement Rs 1.5 crore project which has already been made in this regard.
Observing that unemployment is biggest issue in the backward area of Nowshera assembly constituency, Choudhary demanded special recruitment drive for the border areas of Nowshera and Sunderbani tehsils of Rajouri.