STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: A delegation of the Jammu and Kashmir Ex-Services League (JKESL) led by President of the organization Maj Gen Govardhan Singh Jamwal, called on the Divisional Commissioner Hemant Kumar Sharma, here on Wednesday.
The delegation apprised the Div Com about the bottlenecks faced by them in completing the project of Welfare Housing Organization (WHO) to raise two housing colonies at village Patti and Barn for war widows, widows and personnel/veterans of the three services. The delegation pointed out that the government approved project that started in the year 1998 is yet to complete. Divisional Commissioner directed the revenue department to provide requisite support to JKESL for early completion of the project commissioned for the interest of war widows, widows and defence personnel/veterans.
Assuring all out assistance to JKESL, Divisional Commissioner directed the ACRs of districts Jammu and Samba to give top priority to the project.
He gave a patient hearing to the other issues of veterans and assured them that appropriate action will be taken soon in this regard.
The delegation comprised of Col Kulbeer Jamwal, Col Dr Virendra K Sahi, Col SA Qureshi, Col Chaman Bhangotra and others.
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