STATE TIMES NEWS
BILLAWAR: Dr Manohar lal Sharma Senior Congress leader and Ex. Minister on Wednesday while continuing his monthly meetings in different areas of constituency conducted a public meeting in Gurha, Billawar.
Dr. Sharma questioned the delay to act and step motherly treatment of BJP regime shown towards the people of Billawar Constituency during last four years. People from different walks of life attended the meeting and expressed the problems they are facing under current regime.
People apprised Dr. Sharma of the daily hardship to include high cost of commodities, ill state of roads, poor hospital and medical services in SDH Billawar, corruption in the departments, water scarcity and continuous non adressal of their problems by the concerned authorities of various departments.
Dr. Sharma while taking serious note of the problems lamented that the administrative authorities should shall work for the welfare of the people of Billawar and not under the influence of any constrain which hinders their smooth functioning. He said that it is evident that the authorities are pressurised to work in a specific the direction of political bosses of one particular party which is unjust and must be stopped. He said that the only approach of the common masses in democracy is up to administrative authorities and if they don’t listen to them and settle their problems then there is no way left for helpless masses other then coming on roads.
Dr. Sharma questioned the fate of five Tehsils namely Gurha Kalyyal, Lohai Malhar, Barnoti , Dugaan and Nayabat Sukrala Devi, Dher. He further questioned why the high schools upgraded by previous Govt. are still non functional. People are facing daily hardship owing to this step motherly attitude of Govt, he maintained.
Sarpanch Karan Singh, Ramesh Sapolia, Sham Spolia and Budhhi Singh were also present on the occasion.
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