Advisor Ganie Chaired a High Level Meeting at Dak Banglow Khanabal area of South Kashmirs Anantnag District.
They Reviewed The Restoration of Power supply, Water,Clearance of roads and supply of Essentials commodities, like rice, atta, sugar,Kerosene Oil and LPG in The Meeting.
The District Development Commissioner, Anantnag, Mohammad Younis Malik informed the Advisor about the restoration of basic services and said that there is no shortage of essential commodities in the district.
Younus Malik Told During Meeting 80 % power supply has been restored in 25 receiving stations out of 32 receiving stations while as repairs on 132 KV Lisser line is under progress. Cent percent power supply will be restored by tomorrow.
All the roads of the district have been cleared by various engineering agencies including the National Highway from Pujteng to Jawahar Tunnel,They Added.
The DDC also informed that under PHE sector out of 99 water supply schemes in Bijbehara PHE Division, 97 has been made functional.
Two WSS were affected during the snowfall in Kokernag and Kandiwara and to meet the needs of the people in the areas, Water Tankers are being Used.
Younus Malik Told that 21 Kacha residential houses and 71 Pacca houses were damaged partially and tentative damage report of Horticulture Sector has been prepared which shows 6000 hectares out of 20000 hectares under fresh plantation has been damaged. 15 lac trees have been damaged due to recent heavy snowfall.
Advisor Ganie Told to Horticulture Director and Chief Horticulture Officer to deploy scientists and experts to assess the losses including future fruit-bearing capacity and age factors of partially damaged trees. Besides, he also stressed on technical support by the experts for binding of damaged trees for their recovery.
Number Of Delegation Meet Advisor Ganie at Dak Banglow Khanabal Which including Traders Federation, Anantnag, Dachnipora Fruit Growers Association, Bijbehara Traders Association, Auqaf Committee, Verinag, village committee Panzath, Kokernag, Akingam, Dooru Shahabad, Qazigund and Donipawa and put forth their demands.