Jammu, July 29th: Former MLCs Chaudhary Vikram Randhawa, SurinderChoudhary and a delegation from the GurjarDesh Charitable Trust visited Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha in Raj Bhavan here on Thursday.
Randhawa informed the lieutenant governor of the high rates of mining of smaller minerals for the general public.
He suggested separating raw materials from finished mineral products, which would significantly reduce the mineral content, which would benefit the general public.
Similarly, Choudhary briefed the lieutenant governor on various problems facing the residents of the border areas and the Pahari community. The lieutenant governor assured the former MLCs that they would take appropriate action on the issues they briefed.
Meanwhile, a delegation from the GurjarDesh Charitable Trust, led by its Chairman Shah Muhammad Chowdhary, also met Lt. Governor and briefed him on various issues facing J&K nomadic communities.
Topics included the full implementation of the Forest Rights Act, tribal homes in all districts, the promotion of traditional tribal games, the strengthening of mobile schools, the easy movement of tribesmen.
The lieutenant governor assured the members of the delegation that the J&K government is working tirelessly on all fronts for the development and welfare of J & K’s nomadic communities.
He said that all of their suggestions and points would be duly considered by the relevant authorities.
He urged the attending representatives to continue their efforts for the common good in the service of the people of J&K.