We will rebuild Srinagar brick by brick: Nasir Wani

Visits Kursu, Raj Bagh, Jawahar Nagar, Natipora

National Conference Provincial President and MLA Amira Kadal, Nasir Aslam Wani has said that National Conference would rebuild Srinagar brick-by-brick and stand by the flood-affected people till the last bit of rehabilitation and reconstruction is completed.
“Our commitment to our people is beyond politics and elections and our biggest priority is the rehabilitation of the flood-affected people at this point of time. Unlike others who have been exposed for their thirst and lust for power and chair, we will continue to work day and night for our people till required”, Nasir said while interacting with the flood-affected people in Srinagar during his visits to Kursu, Raj Bagh, Jawahar Nagar and Natipora. Nasir interacted with shopkeepers, Masjid committee members and traders’ forums and assured them of Government’s commitment to continue with relief and rehabilitation efforts on a war-footing. Nasir interacted with deputations of traders forums that have been formed to combine efforts to help the traders community and also held elaborate discussions with Mohalla Committee and Masjid Committee representatives – seeking their inputs and assuring them of a continued and intensified combined government-civil effort to meet this challenge.
“We will do everything necessary to help our shopkeepers and businessmen and will leave no stone unturned to bring them back on their feet. The Government will take all necessary policy measures and has already approved the proposal for a 44,000 Crore Relief Package which has taken into account the needs of those who need to rebuild their homes, the business community and also the requirements of rebuilding and upgrading the public infrastructure like roads, bridges, embankments and buildings”, Nasir told the flood-affected people.
The NC Provincial President said that he has established a constant liaison with Mohalla Committees and Masjid Committees in Raj Bagh, Jawahar Nagar, Natipora and Kursu Raj Bagh besides other adversely hit areas and will take the Mohalla Committees on board and seek their active participation in rebuilding the city. “Mohalla Committees and Masjid Committees are in constant touch with us and we are working with them to help the affected people. This is a civic augmentation that will not only help but catalyze the Government’s massive efforts to bring the State back on track”, Nasir added.

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