As a sequel to government’s resolve to lower the number of troops bunkers in the Srinagar city and its peripheries, the Minister of State for Home, Industries and Commerce, Sajjad Ahmad Kichloo accompanied by the Director General of Police, Ashok Prasad and District Development Commissioner, Srinagar, Farooq Ahmad Shah today visited Soura and Sheri-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences.
The Inspector General of Police, Kashmir AG Mir, Vice Chairman, LAWDA, Irfran Yasin, Director SKIMS, Dr Showkat Zargar and concerned officers of police and civil administration also accompanied the Minister.
Kichloo discussed threadbare shifting of the existing CRPF bunker in the premises of SKIMS and asked the Director to identify a suitable place where the bunker could be relocated. He said shifting of the existing CRPF banker would decrease congestion in the area and this place could be utilized for the hospital use.
Kichloo said that with the normalcy fast resuming in the city, the government is committed to remove or relocate the existing bankers in a phased manner. He also sought people’s cooperation in restoring long lasting peace and tranquility in the state.