Centre Suggests State to Have an Open Session with Flood Victims

KL Report

SRINAGAR

The centre Tuesday suggested the state government to have an open session with the flood affected people so that they (victims) can highlight their grievances. The centre also suggested to address the grievances on spot.  The centre also suggested the state to involve the representatives of civil society in the distribution of the relief.

“I have two suggestions for the state government. First, they should have an open session where the affected people can highlight their grievances and the government addresses them on spot,” MoS in the PMs Office Jitendra Singh said in Srinagar.

The minister suggested the state government to have a session with the people to listen to and address their grievances and involve representatives of civil society in distribution of relief.

“The government should involve the representatives of civil society in the distribution of the relief. The representatives can be of any party, who stand above any political considerations,” he added.

He said this way representatives would identify the affected people and there would be no allegations of nepotism against the government.

He assured all possible help to Jammu and Kashmir and said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made it clear that there will be no shortcoming by the Centre in providing all possible help to the people affected by the floods. “We will do whatever is needed to help the people of the state,” Union Minister of State for PMO, said.

The Union minister said although the Centre is doing everything it could to help the people of the state but there was still criticism by the “habitual critics”.

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