J&K: B2V3 programmes held at Harwan block, grievances addressed
The Jammu and Kashmir government’s third edition of the Back to Village (B2V) programme in Harwan block of Srinagar district witnessed different meetings at Panchayat Halqa Khimber A and Panchayat Halqa Theed A with officers registering grievances of citizens.
Visiting officer, Deputy Excise Commissioner, Kashmir, Tahir Aziz chaired the meeting at Khimber A in which Rural Development Department, PHE, Fisheries, Horticulture and other line departments participated.
The residents of the panchayat Halqa apprised visiting officer with the grievances including non-availability of drinking water, macadamization of Sindh Extension canal to Syed Soliyun road via Tukribagh, filling of potholes, patchwork on the main road from Wanihamq to Khimber, widening of Batapora road and other issues.
On the occasion, the visiting officer directed concerned departments to take notice of the issues pertaining to their respective departments.
During the programme, nine Covid-19 testing was conducted at panchayat Halqa Khimber A which turned out to be negative.
Junior Engineer, Arshid Ahmad said that two culverts identified during the second phase of B2V programme have been completed. Similarly, visiting officer of Panchayat Halqa Theed A, Assistant Director, Development and Monitoring Department, Mohammad Shakeel along with the team of officers of different departments visited the areas falling under the Theed Halqa A.
During the visit, locals brought various developmental matters into his notice and sought swift redressal of the issues.