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Advisor Vyas holds public interaction program

The Government would ensure outcome-based disposal of the complaints with the Nodal Officers of the concerned departments, he maintained.

Advisor to Governor, B B Vyas on Thursday convened public interaction  program in Jammu under the aegis of JK Governor’s Grievance Cell in which more than 200 people including 20 delegations comprising of civil society groups and public delegations from various districts apprised him of their grievances and demands and sought their early redressal.

Several deputations including PoK Refugees, SOS International, All Jammu Hotel and Lodges Association, Harsh Dev Singh besides individuals in large number met the Advisor and raised their issues mainly related to construction of roads, lanes and drain, Khidmat centres, liabilities and relief, speeding up of notification of vacancies for various posts, water and electricity issues at Jagti township, transfers, sanctioning of power transformer, house for homeless under IAY and PMAY and other development issues of their respective areas.

While interacting with the deputations and individuals, the Advisor said the government has already passed the requisite directions to the departments to ensure that the people do not suffer for want of public utilities and services and grievances, if any, should be resolved within the shortest possible time period. He assured them that the issues pertaining to other departments will be forwarded to the concerned for timely action. The Government would ensure outcome-based disposal of the complaints with the Nodal Officers of the concerned departments, he maintained.

The Advisor also took stock of the grievances pertaining to his departments and issued on the spot instructions to the concerned officers to take immediate measures for redressing the same. 

All Jammu and Kashmir Transporters Welfare Association (AJKTWA) led by its chairman Sardar T S Wazir on Thursday served a 7-day ultimatum to state government to consider the genuine demands of the community.

Source: Greater Kashmir

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