DSS concerned over delay in restoration of Mubarak Mandi Complex

Jammu, Publish Date: Dec 12 2017 12:53AM | Updated Date: Dec 12 2017 12:53AM
DSS concerned over delay in restoration of Mubarak Mandi ComplexFile Photo

A sixteen member delegation of Dogra Sadar Sabha (DSS), led by president Gulchain Singh Charak, former minister, called on Governor NN Vohra at Raj Bhavan here today and expressed concern over continuing delay in the restoration and revival of the Mubarak Mandi Heritage Complex and demanded that work for restoration be expedited.

The delegation comprising of retired civil, police, military officers, serving academicians and other eminent persons also apprised Governor about the need for preservation of archives and documents of the Dogra period, revival of Jammu Festival to promote Dogra art and culture, grant of enhanced  annuity  to  Gallantry Award winners, their widows and dependents, early acquisition of land for establishing two ex-servicemen colonies, abolishing Lakhanpur toll barrier, holding early elections to Panchayats and local bodies and strengthening of the institutions of Chowkidars and Lamberdars.

The DSS members also demanded that safe shelter and basic facilities be provided to the to the inhabitants near LoC and IB, drug menace be checked and early deportation of Rohingyas be ensured.

The DSS members also demanded that road outside the Secretariat building be opened for free public movement. Governor assured the DSS members that the issues raised by them would be taken up with the concerned quarters for early resolution.


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