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Late NC Leader’s son welcomes central Ministers to valley
1/18/2020 11:34:53 PM

Saahil Suhail
Early Times Report

Anantnag, Jan 18: In an unprecedented development, Adv Farooq Ahmad Ganie-son of late National Conference Leader Mohd Akbar Ganie-on Saturday welcomed the proposed visit of Central Ministers to the Union Territory of J&K.
Farooq Ahmad Ganai, who contested unsuccessfully from Dooru Assembly segment on National Conference ticket, term the proposed visit of ministers from Delhi a welcome step and hoped that the visit must carry a meaning in terms of redressing Unemployment, proper implementation of Central sponsored schemes, fresh Industrial policy, creation of Jobs for unemployed youth, Opening/Up gradation of Hospitals, building infrastructure of Colleges, Schools and other public institutions.
Ganie said that Jammu and Kashmir has suffered a lot and it was high time to move on towards peace and progress.
He hailed BJP led central government in exhibiting political will while abrogating Article 370 and 35A.
Referring to the infrastructure development, Adv Ganai demanded that the ministers of departments like Power Department, Health, Roads and other departments must prioritize the resultion of problems people face.
“The transport industry, Entrepreneur community, fruit growers and traders community have been badly affected during the last five months who have witnessed a large scale losses and most of them have gone bankrupted as they have not been able to carry out their concerned trade which need special attention and waving of their lone interests so that they can survive and carry forward their respective business activities happily, he said and demanded, that government must come out with a special package for these business classes as soon as possible
He said traders and other business classes who were directly dependent on internet for carrying their online trade has also been badly affected due to internet blockade who need to be compensated in one way or the other. He demanded that alternate internet facilities through brand band services need to be put in place by using services ot Khadmat centers opened by the Government in the valley so that people particularly student community could feel ease and get all day to day updates with regard to the communications of the government Jobs and also study material.
Commenting on the detentions of the political leaders particularly three former Chief Ministers of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir, Adv Faroog Ganai said that healthy democracy needs healthy political atmosphere and demand release of all the detained political leaders.
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