Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Public importance during Zero Hour in Assembly

As many as 32 members raised the issues of public importance during the Zero Hour in the Legislative Assembly today.

MLA, Chadoora, Javid Mustafa Mir pleaded that Government should not disengage the employees of Municipal Committees of Kashmir division. However, if a decision has been taken the same formula should be applied with regard to engagement of employees since 2008 in case of Jammu and Ladakh divisions.

Ashok Khajuria sought expeditious disbursement of compensation to the business men who suffered loss due to Shri Amarnath land row in Jammu, as per an agreement reached between Shri Amarnath Sangarsh Samiti and Government.

Balwant Singh Mankotia raised the issue of extracting of debris, sand and bolders from various Nallahs along the National Highway, particularly in Udhampur areas by the agencies engaged for road widening. He demanded immediate action to avoid possible land erosion in the area.

Peerzada Mansoor Hussain sought thorough probe of allegedly illegal appointments made by the then Commissioner/Secretary Higher Education in the Education Department.

Abdul Gaffar Sofi raised the issue of 1200 labourers who were working for maintenance of National Highway and facing the threat of their disengagement by the BEACON authorities. He urged the Government to request the BEACON not to disengage the poor labourers.

Dr. Mohammad Shafi Wani called for repair of Magam-Beeru-Budgam road.

Jugal Kishore highlighted the plight of the workers who were engaged by the Forest Department some time back for forest conservation which are facing the threat of disengagement. He urged the Government not to disengage them as their services have proved very useful in protecting the forests.

Jagdish Sapolia drew the attention of the House towards large scale vacancies of teachers in Kathua district, adding that new academic session is about to start and urged the Government to take steps to fill these posts expeditiously so that the studies of the students do not hamper.

Syed Basharat Bukhari sought investigation of death of a forest guard who died in his Constituency under mysterious circumstances recently.

Prof. Gharu Ram stressed the need for launching Urban Housing scheme for the poor people in R.S.Pura town. G.M.Saroori urged for setting up of Vocational Centres boys and girls in his constituency. Sajjad Ahmed Kichloo urged for filling up of all vacant posts of doctors in Doda on fast-track basis.

Nazir Ahmed Gurezi called for waving off tax to taxi operators in Gurez. Radhey Sham Sharma demanded a special relief package for border migrants of Nowshera on the pattern of Khour border migrants. Mohammad Ashraf demanded construction of sports stadium Sopore.

Ashwani Sharma demanded early disbursement of compensation to the farmers whose land has been acquired for border fencing in Bishnah Constituency. Yashpal Kundal demanded installation of portrait of Baba Sahib Bim Rao Ambedkar in the Assembly/Council lobbies. Rafi Ahmed Mir called intervention of the Government to end the strike of J/K Universities Teachers.

Abdul Rehman Veeri sought enhancement of relief in favour of Kashmir migrants.

Hakim Mohammad Yasin, Khalil Band, Bharat Bhushan, Abdul Majid Wani, Mir Saifullah, Mohammad Sharief Niaz, Ashok Er. Abdul Rashid, Krishan Chander Bhagat, Peer Afaq and Durga Dass also raised the issue pertaining to their areas.

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