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Srinagar, July 9: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) General Secretary Ghulam Nahi Lone Hanjura has expressed dismay over the non- execution of scores of developmental projects approved during the PDP led government in the state and said that people are facing immense difficulties with no one there  to listen  to their plight. 

Hanjura, as per the party spokesman, visited various areas of Chrari Sharief constituency including Haijan , Neegu,  Jabad  and Zalsidar .

 During his tour the PDP General Secretary also met various deputations who appraised him about about various issues being faced by the people and also rued the snail’s pace of development taking place in the constituency at present. 

People while interacting with the PDP General Secretary also hailed the developmental initiatives taken up during the Mehbooba Mufti led government  in the area which include the vital road project of Branwar Haijan at an estimated cost  of  Rs 16 crores. 

Hanjura also urged the governor administration to expedite the work on the road project as  there is an unwanted halt being witnessed in its construction near Zalsidara to Haijan. He said that to benefit  the local populace of the area, it is imperative upon the government to fast pace the work on priority. He stressed upon the need that Haijan should be brought on tourist map as it is a beautiful meadow near Yousmarg and it merits government’s keen attention.  

Furthermore, a deputation of local youth highlighted the need of having a playground in the area as they face difficulties in organising any sports activities. Hanjura assured them of taking their issues with the relevant agencies for their early resolution.

Latter, the PDP General Secretary addressed party workers at Neegu and stressed upon them to reach out to common masses and strengthen the party at gross roots. He added that the state witnessed massive development of public infrastructure and what previous regimes couldn’t achieve in decades was achieved by the PDP in its  brief tenure. 

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