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Discussion on Motion of Thanks on Governor’s Address in LA

Jammu, January 10, (Scoop News)-Discussion on Motion of Thanks on Governors Address continued for the 3rd Day in the Legislative Assembly today. Earlier, the Discussion on Motion of Thanks was held on 3rd and 9th of January, 2018 in the Assembly in which twenty members of the House had participated.
Initiating today’s discussion, MLA M Y Tarigami called for dialogue with various stakeholders to bring long lasting peace in the state. He said resolutions to the problems should be arrived at by discussion in the house of the assembly in a democratic manner and every member needs to play a positive role in the process.
He demanded regularization of the NHM employees besides seeking political reservation for women in the state. He also called for taking steps to generate job opportunities for the youth to address the issue of unemployment in the state.
Aijaz Ahmad Mir while taking part in the discussion appreciated government’s initiatives including decision to regularize daily/casual labours, macadamization efforts undertaken across all regions in the state, the rehabilitation policy put in place for the pellet victims besides for introducing amnesty policy for the stone pelters who are first time offenders.
He stressed that open dialogue between all stake holders is the only way for establishing peace in the state.
Shakti Raj Parihar praised the government for taking various developmental initiatives in the state including undertaking macadamization of more than 6000 kilometre roads, establishment of AIIMS, IIMs, IITs and other educational institutions in the state. He appreciated measures taken to establish and ensure transparency and accountability in the state.
He demanded for establishing new educational institutions in the far reaches of the state besides calling for up-gradation of the existing educational institutions. He asked for increasing efforts for improvement of power infrastructure in rural areas of the state.
While taking part in the discussion, Legislator Javid Hassan Beigh expressed dismay over absence of opposition members and said that discussions and debate in the house are essential for healthy democracy. He said that every legislator is a spokesperson for the common people and reflects public opinion, which needs to be vocalised and addressed to fulfil the mandate of democracy.
He urged members to make use of this appropriate forum and raise the concerns and demands of the people on the floor of the house.
He also called for meaningful dialogue between all stakeholders to create a roadmap for finding solution to the Kashmir problem.
Pawan Gupta raised the issue of lack of proper power and water supply in the rural reaches of his constituency. He asked government to strengthen the water supply mechanism for providing clean drinking water to the rural areas besides asking for augmenting the transmission lines catering to rural ambits of his constituency.
He also called for strengthening the power supply scenario in the state, increasing power infrastructure besides called for formulating a traffic management plan to regulate traffic in all towns of the state as well as for a targeted plan to decongest traffic in major cities in the state.
Pawan Gupta demanded for implementation of the recommendations of 7th Pay commission in the state for the welfare of the employees and also called for delimitation of the assembly constituencies.
Er Sheikh Rasheed while taking part in the discussion urged the government to release political prisoners and initiate a meaningful dialogue to put an end to the violence in the state. He also urged the government and all the members to maintain the sanctity of the house.
Yawar Ahmed Mir while taking part in the discussion called for immediate action to combat and counter deviation of the younger generation from the inherited values of our society.
Besides, he congratulated the PDP-BJP government for undertaking several initiatives for welfare and development of the people of the state. He also congratulated the government for regularizing over 61000 causal labours and for undertaking extensive macadamization works in the state
Ravinder Raina also took part in discussion on Motion of Thanks on Governors Address and appreciated the government especially Chief Minister for conducting public outreach programmes at district headquarters. He appreciated the initiatives undertaken for augmentation of public amenities especially with regards to improvement in road connectivity.
Anjum Fazli applauded the government for withdrawal of cases against the youth caught in first time offences for stone pelting.
She said various measures have been taken for the development of amenities in every constituency of the State with regards to education, public infrastructure etc. She praised the government for execution of macadamization of over 6000 km of road length and for up-gradation of various educational institutions in the State.
She also highlighted the historical decision for regularization of casual labour taken by the present dispensation.
R S Pathania terming peace as requisite for development, called upon all stakeholders to participate in dialogue process to find a common path in consensus with the population to establish lasting peace in the state.

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