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DC Srinagar Aijaz asks corporators to raise developmental issues of public in their respective wards

SRINAGAR: A delegation of Corporators from Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) on Tuesday called on the Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Mohammad Aijaz Asad at the Conference Hall of the DC Office Complex, here and sought his intervention in redressing their concerning issues.

Additional District Development Commissioner, Srinagar Zahoor Ahmad Mir; Chief Planning Officer, Mohammad Yaseen Lone and other concerned were present on the occasion.

At the outset, the Corporators apprised the Deputy Commissioner about the issue of providing permanent accommodation to the Corporators. They also sought the intervention of DC in the execution of developmental works in SMC Wards.

The Deputy Commissioner gave a patient hearing to the issues and demands projected by the City Corporators and assured redressal of their genuine issues and demands under the jurisdiction of Srinagar Administration.

He urged them to submit a Ward wise developmental plan so that it is considered and incorporated in the annual Action plan for overall welfare and development of the City.

They demanded replacement of poles and worn out conductors in the electrical network in different wards.

The DC said that issues pertaining to basic amenities not covered under the Urban developmental plan shall be adjusted suitably under other schemes in vogue.

He impressed upon the Corporators to continue efforts in raising developmental issues of the public in their respective Wards for the larger interest of the public.

 

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