Srinagar, Oct 30: Even though the formation new government in the Jammu and Kashmir is just two-months away, people in the valley have still faith that their problems would be resolved within this period during Governor's rule.
As many as 11 deputations and several individuals met Governor N N Vohra during his public hearing, third in a row, here today seeking redressel of their problems.
Most of the demands related to the development of their respective areas, like upgrading medicare, educational facilities, improvement in road connectivity, laying of play-fields, supply of drinking water and proper power supply.
A deputation of the retired employees of State Road Transport Corporation (SRTC) sought some source of sustenance in the shape of regular financial assistance and clearance of their dues from the Corporation.
The Kashmir Cloth Woolen Mills, Zainakote, demanded the government intervention in the procurements of woolen blankets for the government institutions under Private Public Partnerships while All Jammu and Kashmir Handloom Development Corporation Association sought better and viable avenues of marketing for their produce.
The deputation of the J &K Political Migrant Forum, led by S M Shabnam, brought to the notice of the governor various problems of the political migrants, belonging to various communities, and sought their rehabilitation.
The other deputation who called on Mr Vohra included the Social Welfare and Developmental Organisation, Tangamarg and the Welfare Committee, Gulshanabad-Hyderpora.
The deputations of the Representatives of J &K Sainik School, Manasbal, the State Forest Services Officers Association and the Faculty of Government Medical College, Srinagar raised service matters while the deputation of J &K Electropathy Doctors Association, demanded employment avenues for the pass out candidates.
Mr Vohra heard the problems of the individuals and the deputations and assured that these would be earnestly examined by the concerned authorities.