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ABBNSS deputation calls on SDM
10/22/2019 10:47:47 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Oct 22: A joint deputation of Akhil Bhartiya Bhrashtachar Nirmulan Sangharsh Samiti (ABBNSS) Jammu & Kashmir unit and JK Youth Sharnarthi Action Committee (JKYSAC) under the leadership of Pt RC Sharma (Journalist, RTI & Peace Activist) met with Sub Divisional Magistrate, Jammu South Srikant Balasaheb Suse in his office chamber and discussed several issues related to locality and PoK refugees.
In a handout, it is said that Pt RC Sharma apprised the officer that under his jurisdiction there is maximum population of PoK refugees and the issues related to the should be immediately disposed off, so that people may not suffer. He also urged the officer that the refugee basties including Bhour Camp are not regularized still and efforts should be made to do it.
He also apprised the officer the problems being faced by commuters and others especially morning time when people have to go offices or schools the traffic congestion near airport is an instrumental to consume the time and creates difficulties them to reach their destination in time and it should be checked. Admiring the work culture under his supervision in his jurisdiction, he said that it is highly appreciable that work culture has improved and hoped that it will continue.
He urged the officer to pay visit to his area to take stock of the area and take action if required any. He said that staff and headmaster of Government Girls High School, Bhour Camp doing tremendous job and working for the restoration of trust on the government institutes. He also appreciated the performance of Government Primary Health Center, Bhour Camp for properly attending the poor patients.
The officer gave a patient hearing to the deputationist and assured for all possible measures to solve the issues.
Others who accompanied the deputation including Mohinder Kumar Sharma, Swaran Lal, Jaspal Singh, Harbans Singh and others.
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