19 May 2012

Srinagar Nagar Palika Chairman Mohan Lal Jain called on Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna at CM Residence and handed over a Charter of Demands to him on


Dehradun, 15 May:
Srinagar Nagar Palika Chairman Mohan Lal Jain called on Chief Minister
Vijay Bahuguna at CM Residence and handed over a Charter of Demands to
him on Tuesday.
The demands included installation of life size statue of former UP
Chief Minister Hemvati Nandan Bahuguna near Ganesh Temple and fund for
the Memorial, extension of Bahuguna Marg (Rs. 28.59 lakh), Colony for
sanitation workers (Rs. 1.73 crore), Road construction in the city
area with Hot Mix Plant (Rs. 2.17 crore), extension of Nagar Palika
area and construction of hello-drum at ITI premises under Panch Prayag
Tourism Circuit. Chief Minister Bahuguna assured him to do the
needful.
Representatives of Uttaranchal Film Chamber of Commerce led by its
President RK Verma also called on Chief Minister Bahuguna and placed
before him several demands of the Chamber.
The representatives said that out of four areas of film industry viz.
production, studio and laboratory, distribution and projection only
projection was available in the state. They urged him to take
initiative to establish atleast the most necessary of them in the
state. They also demanded for providence of loan in low interest and
grant to local film producers to produce regional films. They revealed
that only 24 Garhwali and 2 Kumaoni films were produced since 1983.
They also sought financial assistance from the government to host 2nd
Uttarakhand International Film Festival and to waive off entertainment
tax on cinemas like in Himachal Pradesh. Chief Minsiter assured them
to consider their demands and do the needful. The representatives
included Padamshree Kunwar Singh Negi, Vijay Dhawan and Raju Shahi.
Meanwhile, Uttarakhand Kranti Dal (P) Central President Trivendra
Singh Panwar during his meeting with Chief Minister welcomed his
decision to hold Cabinet Meeting at Gairsen on October 2. Panwar said
that the decision would prove a mile stone in the development of
Gairsen. Chief Minister Bahuguna said that the State Government was
committed towards development of Gairsen and the hill region.


Dehradun, 15 May:
Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna said that the state government would
promote religious tourism in the state so that employment
opportunities would be generated for the local people.
Chief Minister Bahuguna addressing a program organized by Himalayan
Minority Committee at CM Residence, New Cantt Road on Tuesday said
that the state government was serious towards the welfare of minority
communities in the state. He said that the government had launched
several welfare schemes to connect them to the main stream of
development and had constituted separate ministry for them.
Jamyuk Lokse of Tibetan Community described constitution of separate
ministry as a long term decision of Chief Minister Bahuguna. Hemkund
Sahib Trustee Narendra Jeet Singh Bindra said that after Mr. Bahuguna
took over as Chief Minister the infrastructure development has speed
up around Hemkund Gurudwara and the pilgrims had started reaping
benefit out of them. Yaqub Siddiqui described decision taken for the
welfare of minorities a historic one in the 12 years of state's
existence. President of Himalayan Minority Committee MN Farooqui said
that Chief Minister was sensitive towards the welfare and development
of minorities and his good governance was visible through his working
style.
Also present on the occasion were Afzal Manglori, Nazma Khan, Harpal
Sethi, Vivek Khanduri and Raju Bindra.

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