Expedite bunkers construction to protect border residents: Governor Malik

Malik, he said, passed the directions during a meeting with Divisional Commissioner, Jammu, Sanjeev Verma, who met him at Raj Bhavan.

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Jammu, Publish Date: Jan 13 2019 1:31AM | Updated Date: Jan 13 2019 1:31AM
Expedite bunkers construction to protect border residents: Governor MalikInfo Deptt

Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Saturday  stressed  expediting the work on construction of bunkers to protect lives of border residents in Jammu division, an official spokesman said..

 Malik, he said, passed the directions during a meeting with Divisional Commissioner, Jammu, Sanjeev Verma, who met him at Raj Bhavan.

 He said Verma apprised Governor about the present status of construction of individual and community bunkers along the International Border (IB) and Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu division.

 "The Governor stressed for expediting the pace of work ensuring timely completion of construction of individual and community bunkers to protect lives of border residents and other under-execution developmental projects in the division,” the spokesman said.

 Verma also gave first hand appraisal of pace of various developmental activities in Jammu division.

AG MEETS GOVERNOR

Advocate General (AG), J&K, D C Raina, called on met Governor Malik at Raj Bhavan here and briefed him about the status of important cases relating to J&K pending in the Supreme Court of India. He also briefed about the cases pending in State High Court.  

The Governor asked AG to keep him regularly informed about the to-date status of all important cases relating to the State pending in the Supreme Court, High Court, including the National Green Tribunal.

SARPANCHS CALL ON GOVERNOR

A delegation of sarpanchs from Ramban district, met Governor Malik  and expressed gratitude for conducting fair and incident free panchayat elections in the state, the delegation appealed the  Governor for strengthening the panchayati raj institutions in the state. 

The delegation also projected demands which include up-gradation of local schools, macadamization of  roads, conduct of special recruitment drive in  district, opening of website for registration of left-out  beneficiaries for Awaas Plus, release of funds to clear liabilities under MGNREGA and for completion & renovation of panchayat ghars.

The Governor observed that their demands would be looked into and due consideration would be given. 

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