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Kupwara Diary

01:53 AM May 13, 2024 IST | TARIQUE RAHEEM
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Students rue lack of accomodation, Commerce stream at Magam HSS

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The students enrolled at Higher Secondary School Magam in north Kashmir’s Handwara Sub District have expressed resentment against the authorities for failing to provide them substantial accommodation resulting in severe hardships to them.

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They said that due to lack of accommodation they were suffering immensely but authorities were watching as mute spectators.  The people of the area are also anguished about lack of Commerce Stream at this Higher Secondary School due to which students interested in Commerce have to enroll at Handwara or Kupwara.

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The residents have appealed to authorities to take concrete steps with regard to substantial accommodation and Commerce Stream at Higher Secondary School Magam.

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Waterkhani residents concerned over dilapidated road conditions

The residents of Waterkhani of Drugmulla Tehsil in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district are up in arms against authorities for dilapidated road conditions.  Residents complained that the 1 km link from the main road to Shah Mohalla Waterkhani is in complete shambles giving tough time to commuters.

Residents said that the road is dotted with potholes on multiple spots, exposing the tall claims of authorities into improving road connectivity.

“The main connecting link remains in deplorable condition and has been left unattended by concerned authorities with the result commuters and school going children are the worst hit,” Waseem Ahmad Shah a local youth told Greater Kashmir.

Residents said that they have brought this issue many times into the notice of Roads and Buildings (R&B) department division Kupwara, but after the passage of several years nothing concrete has materialised.

They have sought immediate intervention of Deputy Commissioner Kupwara and appealed for the macadamization of the road.

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