Block Diwas programme held at Dadsara of Tral, Pulwama

Officers from civil administration listened to the public in daylong event

PULWAMA, JUNE 21: The District Development Commissioner, (DDC) Pulwama, Dr Baharat Qayoom along with district officers today chaired a weekly public darbar at Dadsara Tral to hear various problems faced by the people.

During the Block Diwas, PRI members, public delegations and individuals put forth various problems and demands before the DDC related to electricity supply, drinking water supply, Macadamisation of roads, repairs of roads and other basic facilities.

President Auqaf Committee Dadsara, demanded Health facilities, Macadamisation of interior roads, establishment of Agriculture, BDO, ZEO offices, sheep breeding unit and fire and emergency, besides adequate staff in the health centre, Jan Aushadhi Shop and Employment generation units for the youth of the area.

Delegation of village welfare committee Amlar put forth their demand regarding the repairs of roads, tiling of lanes and proper utilization of PRI funds. While the members from Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee demanded construction of roads at Beegund, improvement of HT/LT lines and walling of schools.

A delegation from Chandrigam demanded a playfield for the youth and macadamisation of the road from Haigund to Chandrigam. Meanwhile residents of Larmoo demand construction of a bridge, health and fitness centre and playground.

DDC member Avtar Singh also put forth certain public demands before the chair including the repairs of scrap conductor, construction of community hall and commission of water supply schemes.

The DDC gave a patient hearing to the public grievances and issued on spot directions to concerned officers for taking cognizance of the issues pertaining to their departments for redressal. He said that district administration would ensure outcome-based disposal of all the genuine issues and assured of providing transparent and responsive governance to the people.

The DC sought the cooperation from the public to eradicate the drug menace and make the whole district drug addiction free. He advised people to keep their surroundings neat and clean and restrain from throwing the garbage in the open, roads, nallahs and streams.

Officers from Administration replied to the queries raised by the Delegations, DDC members, PRIs and the people.

ADC Tral, DDC Member, CMO Pulwama, ACD, Tehsildar, officers and officials of various departments and a large number of people participated in the block diwas.