Macadamize road in Shouch-Palpora, Pattan
We, the residents of Shouch-Palpora, Pattan, want to draw the attention of concerned authorities towards the dilapidated condition of our road. We are facing a lot of hardships due to the poor condition of this road. We request the R&B department to macadamize this road as soon as possible.
Shabir ahmad, resident
Resume bus service from Parimpora to Hardushoora
We the residents of Hardushoora village of Tangmarg area appeal concerned authorities to resume bus services from Parimpora to Hardushoora. Both students and employees of the area aren’t able to reach on time at their destinations, as only sumo service is plying on this route. We request authorities to resume bus service as soon as possible.
Peer Kifayat, resident
Check-Sari, Pattan residents demand macadamization of road
We, the residents of Check-Sari, are facing tremendous hardships because of the dilapidated condition of the link road from Tawheed Colony to MMK School, Nihalpora. This road is in shambles with big potholes. It is especially causing a lot of inconvenience to the commuters. We request the concerned authorities to look into this matter and consider our demand as soon as possible.
Gulzar Ahmad, Resident
Repair road at Gawalta, Uri
We, the residents of Gawalta, Uri, are facing a lot of hardships due to the dilapidated road. Due to the slides, the road is often inaccessible. For the past many years, the road has not been macadamized. We face a lot of inconvenience during rainy days as there are large potholes. We request the concerned authorities to macadamize the road as soon as possible.
Residents of Gawalta
Govt Middle School Amberpora in Shambles
The building of a Govt. Middle School, Amberpora, Tarzoo in Sopore Zone of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district is lying in shambles and the concerned authorities have miserably failed to come to the rescue of the helpless children.
As per the locals, some greedy people of Malpora – Amberpora have illegally occupied the building and are storing dead wood, charcoal, Grass and cow dung in the school building for the last many years.
“Concern Chief Education Officer (CEO), Baramulla and Zonal Education Officer Sopore have completely failed to handover this school building to school management,” said one of the villager.
Zonal Education Officer, Sopore, when contacted, said, “the team has been constituted by the Deputy Commissioner, Baramulla in this regard and tender has been issued regarding fencing of this school property.”