January 12, 2021

Will not tolerate any attempt to shift venue of GDC out of Kotranka: JKAP’s Zulfikar tells JK Govt

Rajouri: Former Minister and Vice President Apni Party Ch. Zulfikar Ali has warned against any attempt to shift the venue of college construction from Kotranka and urged the Govt to start immediate construction work of the building in view of growing anger among the people because of the delay.
Zulfikar expressed surprise as to why the construction work has been delayed and it has left hundreds of college going students in confusion. The Former Minister appealed to the Govt to avoid further delay in the implementation of a prestigious project which will pave the way for higher education at the doorstep of the poor people and rural population.
He said that the construction of college buildings must be started immediately in Kotranka or its vicinity. He urged Lt Governor Manoj Sinha for his personal intervention into the issue so that the developmental works and education system can be brought on track in Kotranka.Zulfikar Ali also appealed to start science stream, computer sciences and mathematics because these subjects have career prospects.
Recalling the struggle of the people, he said, it was a decade long struggle of the people in Kotranka then they got a Degree College. However, the official delayed the process of construction even as the project has been sanctioned.“We will not tolerate any attempt to shift Degree College out of Kotranka at any cost. People will come on roads in case any such mischievous attempt is made. There are apprehensions among the people that the construction of college is delayed to shift the actual venue of the college to some other place and this kind of decision will attract anger,” he said.He said that Kotranka comprises 40 Panchayats and it is far away from Rajouri district. Therefore, Kotranka needs infrastructural development and strengthening of the education system.

 

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