Start Civic Works, Upgrade Power Infrastructure: Kohli To Administration


RAJOURI, Aug 8: The Minister for Transport, Abdul Ghani Kohli today asked the authorities to immediately take up civic works and improve    power supply scenario in Kalakote town.  The Minister while addressing a public gathering in Kalakote – his home constituency, asked the municipal authorities to immediately start renovation of lanes and drains. He also directed for improvement in power supply and augmentation of drinking water.

He directed the PDD to replace the existing transformers with higher capacity where ever required so that improved electricity supply is provided to the people. He asked the officers of line departments to maintain close liaison to ensure timely completion of developmental works. Listing the developmental works started in the Kalakote constituency, the Minister said that the area was all set to witness unprecedented development in the coming days.   

             “I am well aware of people's problems and is making all efforts to fulfill their demands on priority” kohli said.  He reiterated his commitment to ensure holistic development of Kalakote constituency and said that all aspirations of the people would be met in due course of time.Later, the Minister chaired a meeting of Rogi Kalyan Samiti where BMO apprised him about the functioning of local health institutions and achievements made under different schemes during the current financial year.The BMO also informed the Minister about the    shortage of staff. The Minister assured to take the matter with the concerned authorities. 




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