As Darbar reopens in Jammu, CM addresses meeting of council of ministers

Kashmir Wire
Srinagar

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday impressed upon her cabinet colleagues to work for mitigating the grievances and problems of the people.

Addressing a meeting of council of ministers immediately after civil secretariat and other offices reopened in Jammu, winter capital, today she said the priority should be attached to the redressal of grievances of the people.

The secretariat and other offices opened in Jammu as part of bi-annual Darbar move under which the government functions for six months each in twin capital cities of Srinagar and Jammu.

The secretariat and other move offices closed in Srinagar on October 27. Civil Secretariat and other offices opened after a transit period of nine days.

Exactly at 9.30 am, Chief Minister arrived at Civil Secretariat where she was warmly received by the council of her Ministers; Chief Secretary, B. B. Vyas; Director General of Police, Dr. Sheesh Pal Vaid; Administrative Secretaries; representatives of various employees’ unions and a large number of officers and employees of Civil Secretariat.

The Chief Minister inspected the ceremonial guard of honour by a contingent of J&K Police and interacted with Ministers, officers and employees and enquired about their well being.

A delegation of representatives of employees of Civil Secretariat  also met the Chief Minister and assured all support to her in the delivery of services to people.

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