Discussion on Governor’s Address concludes in LA
Rashpal Singh demanded establishing more
Mohammad Sharief Niaz lauded the steps taken by the Government to restore peace and order in the State. He appealed all members cutting across party affiliations to make collective efforts to maintain sustained peace for the overall development of all three regions of the State.
Niaz appreciated the legislations brought for improving the basic services for the people, adding that the legislations, particularly the PSGA, and RTI are best tools to ensure services to the people in a time bound manner. He demanded opening new health centres and upgradation of power infrastructure in his constituency.
Jugal Kishore while opposing the Governor’s Address said that Government’s policies are not people friendly and common man is hardly managing two times meals. He said prices of essential commodities have risen and Government has no control at all. He demanded addressing the issues of PoK/West Pakistani refugees on priority. He also sought review of present recruitment policy.
Muzaffar Hussain Baig said the Government has no concrete policy to tackle basic issues related to the welfare of people of the State. He demanded implementation of recommendations of various Working Groups constituted by the Government of India on
Syed Aga Ruhulla Mehdi asked the Government to concentrate on consolidation of infrastructure to reap the benefits of various schemes. He also stressed on all the parties to make united efforts to restore complete peace in the State, which is pre-requisite for the overall development and welfare of the people.
M.Y. Tarigami maintained that Governor’s Address is clueless on important issues confronting the State. He said Government has not reflected any progress of Rehabilitation of those youth who crossed over to PoK and wanted to come back. Government has also not clarified about holding of BDC/Local Bodies elections which is over-due in the State. He also demanded a comprehensive employment policy for the unemployed youth. He also sought probe of utilization of funds meant for Tribal people.
Molvi Iftikhar Ansari alleged discrimination in distribution of funds for various development projects.
Prof. Chaman Lal Gupta demanded enhancement of scale of Government ration. He said NBCC and ERA have failed to achieve the targets in time and entire city has been dug and not been restored for many months. He demanded early holding of Local Bodies elections in the State. He also demanded streamlining of LoC trade to achieve the objective of this facility.
Aijaz Jan supported the Address and appreciated the performance of the Government. He said Government has tried to address the problems of people of all sections of the society and succeeded in ensuring good governance. He stressed the need for opening more bank branches, speeding up the process of development in the bad pockets of Poonch. He demanded streamlining the health facilities in Poonch.
G. M. Saroori while highlighting the Central Government for providing liberal financial support to speed up the development process in the State said that State has tried to do justice with all regions. Yet he demanded more steps to develop bad pockets of
Ashwani Kumar highlighted the problems of refugees and demanded redressing their problems. He also demanded implementation of delimitation commission report in the state and up-gradation of tourism development infrastructure in
Javid Ahmad Dar highlighted the landmark decisions of the coalition government for overall development of the state. He said that with the completion of these ambitious projects, the people of the state could reap its benefits soon.
Prof. Gharu Ram and Charanjit Singh demanded up-gradation of irrigation facilities in their respective areas.
Nizam u Din Bhat demanded taking concrete steps for addressing the issues confronting the State. He asked the State Government to adopt pro youth approach in its policies.
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