Srinagar, Oct 9, CNS: The ruling Peoples’ Democratic Party on Monday termed the Chief Minister’s decision of constructing mini-secretariat as a historic measure for the future of state’s summer capital- Srinagar. The party says such a measure would make governance more people friendly and services hassle free.
While addressing the party workers here, PDP’s Srinagar district president and MLC Mohammad Khurshid Alam says the government has yet again proved that Srinagar’s development is among its core agendas and that its development has been prioritised since the very inception of the coalition in Jammu and Kashmir.
Alam stated that the construction of the mini- secretariat in Srinagar would place all the public offices of the summer capital under one roof and people could heave a sigh of relief from moving from pillar to post in getting their issues addressed. The PDP leader says such a decision would go a long way in making governance more effective and pro-people. “The decision taken by the Chief Minister was the much awaited one by the people of Srinagar and other districts. It will ensure more effective governance on ground,” Alam said.
He added that the opposition parties at present have been rattled by the scores of pro-people measures being taken by the present government and same has also unmasked the farce claims these parties had been making to hoodwink people. “Our report card will be visible to one and all. We don’t believe in politics where only dreams are shown and reality turns contrary to claims. Our developmental agenda for Srinagar will be visible to the masses and making governance more and more people friendly has always been this government’s top most priority,” Alam said while addressing the workers.
He added that the hard work of the Chief Minister for Srinagar’s overall development has begun yielding results and works are now being executed on double shifts to ensure no deadline is missed. “These are the traits of the great leader that the change becomes visible on ground and more and more relief is provided to the people.” (CNS)