Continuing his public outreach programme, the Governor N.N. Vohra visited the frontier district of Kupwara to review the pace of developmental works in the district, said a official government handout.
Immediately after landing, he held a detailed interaction with the elected representatives – MPs, MLAs and MLCs.
During their interactions with the Governor, the elected representatives raised several issues of public importance, most of which related to scarcity of drinking water in the district, long delays in starting works under Centrally Sponsored Schemes of the Power Development Department, liabilities under MGNREGA and Swach Bharat Mission and the need to expeditiously complete several long-languishing projects.
The legislators requested Governor to issue instructions to all the field functionaries to accelerate the pace of development works so that the public at large could be benefitted.
Governor gave a patient hearing to the elected representatives and mentioned that the purpose of his visit was to obtain first-hand feedback from the ground and take all required correctives to speed up the pace of the development process on the ground.