We the residents of Sheikh Musa Gurgaddi Mohalla appeal to higher authorities about the drug menace and addiction which has been going on for the last two decades. The addicts who assemble near Sheikh Musa Ghat on a daily basis during evenings contaminate the whole area. Residents of the mohalla cannot venture out after 6 PM due to the fear of these addicts. Concerned police station took some feeble steps in the past but those proved futile. Known addicts and drug peddlers threaten locals and are allegedly hand in glove with the police.
Macadamize our link road
We, the residents of Chaan Mohalla, Nihalpora, Pattan, want to draw the attention of concerned authorities towards the link road from Aastan Mohalla to Chaan Mohalla. The lane becomes a source of problem for the commuters, especially during rain and snowfalls. It gets drenched in water, causing a lot of inconvenience. We, the residents, appeal to the concerned R&B division to take notice of our problems and initiate an early action by macadamization of the lane without any further delay for the speedy redressal of our grievance.
Playground without fencing
We, the residents of Dolipora, Kreeri, would like to bring to the notice of higher authorities that the playground of our village is without fencing, due to which, the sports activities have been badly affected. We had approached the concerned department but to no avail. We once again appeal to the concerned department to look into the matter and initiate the work as soon as possible.
Residents of Dolipora
It is surprising that when people are finding it difficult to make ends meet, the private schools are demanding tuition fee. The private schools do not adhere to the government guidelines and instead resort to profiteering. The government has given clear instructions to private schools that fees should be charged as per govt issued guidelines. We are asked to pay fee during these tough times, this is unjustified. The government should initiate action against these schools.
Mushtaq Ahmad, Parent