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Prompt grievances redress mechanism in place to ensure speedy disposal of public issues: Advisor Khan

SRINAGAR, AUGUST 25: Advisor to Lieutenant Governor, Farooq Khan, today maintained that the present dispensation has put in place a prompt public grievances redressal mechanism to facilitate the people in distress with speedy disposal of their issues and concerns.

Advisor stated this while interacting with the participants of weekly public outreach camp here at Lieutenant Governor’s Grievance Cell at Church lane.

As many as, 80 public deputations and individuals, hailing from different areas of Jammu and Kashmir, apprised the Advisor of their grievances and sought his intervention for early redress of the same.

On some projected issues, the Advisor issued on-the-spot directions to the concerned departments for time-bound solution of the same.

A deputation from Malabagh Srinagar sought construction of drainage in their areas while as a deputation from Gilikadal Zoonimar took up the issue of water dumping in Khusalsar lake in their vicinity.

Similarly, another deputation of physical education professionals demanded engagement in sports department. Another deputation of NHM employees sought hike in their salaries and other service related matters.

Representatives of Accountant-cum-Data Entry Operators Union sought continuation of their services.

Likewise, another deputation of engineers from recently abolished Self Help Groups demanded roll back on the decision to abolish these groups.

Besides, dozens of individuals from Srinagar, Kupwara, Bandipora, Budgam, Pulwama, Anantnag, Jammu, Sopore, Baramulla, Tral, Ganderbal, Pampore and other areas also met the Advisor and flagged their issues and grievances and sought early redressal for the same.

Advisor Khan assured the deputations and individuals that all their genuine demands and grievances would be looked into and addressed on priority.

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