Manzoor Bhat Visits Charar-e-Sharief and Nusoo Beerwah, Vows to Promote Development and Address Grievances
Takes Action on Toilet Project and Consider renovation or reconstruction of Jamia Masjid in Charar-e-Sharief, BJP To LG Administration
Budgam, April 16, 2023: Prominent Youth Leader and BJP’s Head of Media and IT Department J&K, today visited Charar-e-Sharief and Nusoo Beerwah to engage with locals, address grievances, and promote development initiatives.
Manzoor Bhat visits to Charar-e-Sharief pay obeisance and pray for everlasting peace and prosperity in Jammu and Kashmir and he listened to important grievances, including the non-availability of toilets in the area. He expressed concern over the stalled toilet project undertaken by the Department of Tourism and assured the locals that he will take it up for resolution, emphasizing the importance of toilets in the area.
In addition, Bhat also raised the issue of the condition of Jamia Masjid in Charar-e-Sharief, which is reported to be unsafe despite significant investment by JKPCC. He urged the authorities to investigate the matter and consider renovation or reconstruction of the mosque to ensure its safety and functionality.
After his visit to Charar-e-Sharief, Bhat then proceeded to Nusoo Beerwah, he met with party workers, cricketers, and senior citizens of the area. He was informed of the demand for a sports stadium in Nusoo Beerwah, and he assured the locals that he will work towards the construction of the sports stadium as 50 Kanals of state land is available for the purpose. Bhat emphasized the importance of sports in promoting a healthy and active lifestyle among the youth and promised to prioritize the development of sports infrastructure in the area.
Manzoor Bhat was warmly welcomed by the locals during his visit, and he expressed his commitment to serving the people of Jammu & Kashmir by addressing their grievances and promoting development initiatives. He reiterated the BJP’s focus on grassroots leadership and engagement with local communities to bring positive change and progress to the region.
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