Dooru(Veerinag): Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) on Tuesday discussed current situation in a party meeting, besides debating on developmental issues and unprecedented price hike in petrol, diesel and other essentials.
Addressing a meeting of prominent party workers, block presidents, DDC members, BDC Chairman, Sarpanchs and Panchs at Omoh Verinag, JKPCC President Ghulam Ahmad Mir received feed-back about the developmental and other local issues concerning people in Dooru and elsewhere and expressed serious concern over the hardships confronting common people due to lack of development urging the Govt to speed up the work to complete the under construction projects, without any further delay.
A statement issued by the party on Tuesday said that JKPCC president expressed serious concern over the difficulties concerning people on account of local issues in Dooru and elsewhere and blamed the Govt for failing to address the developmental needs, besides expressing serious concern over the rising unemployment in J&K.
The developmental scenario has received set back since the BJP Govt assumed power at Centre, as that, the projects started during UPA I& UPA II in J&K have come to stand still, the irony is that many under construction roads and other projects reportedly awaiting completion for a long, Mir rued.
JKPCC president also blamed the Centre for unprecedented price hike in petrol, diesel and other essentials and hit out at the Centre for failing people on this count.
The situation is extremely disturbing due to unprecedented price hike across India, JKPCC President added and demanded roll back of the prices.
Mir said despite hue and cry, the Centre Govt was not even ready to listen to people or roll back the prices, which has caused immense hardships to people, the day was not far when people will be forced to abandon their vehicles and walk by foot to reach their destination, he warned and reiterated that Centre Govt must roll back prices to ensure that the unnecessary burden on the people was reversed