Sachnews Jammu Kashmir
PAMPORE, January 13:
Deputy Commissioner Pulwama Dr Raghav Langer on late Wednesday evening visited many villages in Pampore Tehsil of south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
During the visit, the Deputy Commissioner Pulwama along with Tehsildar Pampore Ishtiyaq Mohi-ud-Din and DDC member of Pampore constituency, Chaudhry Tazeema met scores of people on late Wednesday evening in Bathina, Nagander, Shaar Shali and adjoining villages to hear their grievances on the spot.
People of these villages were overwhelmed by his visit and hailed him raising slogans DC Pulwama Sahab Zindabad, Sachnews reports said.
Gujjar and Bakerwal Conference General Secretary Choudhary Mohammad Yaseen Poswal told Sachnews that Deputy Commissioner Dr Raghav Langer along with a team including Tehsildar Pampore Ishtiyaq Mohi-ud-Din and DDC member of Pampore constituency, Chaudhry Tazeem visited Bathina, Satpukhran, Nagander, Shar Shali and other villages and met scores of people.
Earlier On Wednesday Deputy Commissioner Pulwama Raghav Langer met scores of people and delegations at Townhall Pampore during block devas programme for listening their grievance.
During this occasion general and delegations from Pampore and and other areas of Pampore tehsils put forth their demands and grievances before the Deputy Commissioner Pulwama. Most of the grievances were redressed by him on the spot.
“People from Nagander, Bajnadi and adjoining villages had complained about lack of water supply in the area,” he said, adding that latter DC Sahab Pulwama visited the area along Tehsildar Pampore Ishtiyaq Mohi-ud-Din and DDC member of Pampore constituency, Chaudhry Tazeema Akhtar to address the grievance, Mohammad Yaseen Poswal told Sachnews.
The locals appreciated Deputy Commissioner Pulwama Raghav Langer and other officials for visiting them in late evening to hear their grievance.
“It is for the first time some official visited us to hear our problems. we appreciate DC Sahab and his team,” the locals said.
The locals apprised DC Pulwama that they face water shortage and outages of power.
They also demanded that a damaged bridge on Nagander road be repaired. The DC visited the spot, Poswal said.