Friday, March 9, 2012

19 MLCs raise important issues

Several members raised important public issues during Zero Hour in Legislative Council today.

B.A. Magray demanded fast tracking interviews and appointment of class IV employees in Medical Colleges, educational institutions and other Government bodies.

Jehangir Hussain Mir demanded expediting the interview process of candidates for the post of Jail Warden.

Murtaza Ahmad Khan brought to the notice of the Government about the plight of contractual employees appointed in CICs and demanded their employment on permanent basis.

Ajatshatru Singh called for better traffic management in cities and demanded construction of bypasses, under passes and parking lots.

Vijay Bakaya demanded police probe into the disappearance of Executive Engineer, Jagdeep Singh from Srinagar.

Aga Syed Rizvi demanded facilitating stranded passengers of Kargil, Leh and Zanskar to reach their destinations.

Nurboo Gialchan demanded flights for stranded passengers of Leh to Zanskar.

Khalid Najeeb Suharwardy demanded proper maintenance and monitoring of roads in Doda district.

Javid Rana asked the Government not to allow political leaders in the State, who create communal tension.

Dr. Bashir Ahmad Veeri demanded intervention of the Government to safeguard saffron industry in the State.

Naresh Gupta demanded a proper recruitment policy for SPOs.

Subash Gupta demanded improvement in the infrastructure facilities to Hiranagar Sports Stadium.

Rafiq Shah demanded enhancement in the remuneration of Numberdars and Chowkidars.

Ghulam Qadir Pardesi asked the Government to come out with a district wise report on the number of applications submitted under the ROSHNI Act and the disposal thereof.

Dharam Bir Singh Oberoi demanded better facilities for the passengers at Jammu Airport.

Mohammad Amin Bhat demanded early completion of remaining housing quarters to rehabilitate people affected by 2005 snow storm in Kund area of Kulgam.

Ali Mohammad Bhat, Master Noor Hussain and Syed Asgar Ali also raised issues of public importance during the Zero Hour today.

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