By Mohd Majid Malik, Jammu : Senior leader and Congress MLA Sharief Niaz from Bhaderwah constituency of Doda district today threatened to resign.”I have approached state government for some correction in the Cabinet Sub Committee report related to Bhalessa which has surfaced and are due some clerical mistakes ,” Mr Niaz said in a hurried called press conference held here at his residence in Jammu . He said copies of representation have also been submitted to State government which assured that they will direct the administration for clerical correction as soon as possible .
The MLA said during representation to CSC some months back , he had recommended Chilly as CD block along with Naibat and Pingal as block with head quarter at Jakyas but due to clerical mistake it is approved Chilly area as CD block with Tendala and also informed there is Chilly as Naibat but is mistakenly written as Silly . “I have assured all people of Bhalessa that if i failed to correct the mistake and if as soon as possible CD block will not be given to Chilly independently along with Naibat and Pingal will not be attached with Jakyas block then i will resigned from MLA ship ,” he said, adding that he previously approached to CSC for correction of clerical mistake but they expressed their inability to correct it because after the approval of the cabinet to CSC report , CSC is now irreverent and had gone dissolved . “If administration failed to correct clerical mistake related to Chilly and Pingal , then I have no option but to resign from the MLA seat in the interest of public of Bhalessa ,” said the Congress leader.It is notable to mention here that the Cabinet Sub Committee (CSC) on creation of new units has also directed to all Deputy Commissioners in 22 districts of the State to carry out demarcation of newly proposed 659 administrative units within a period of two months and now threat from MLA Bhaderwah is a big challenge for the implementation of report and it will also boost other public representatives who are making resentment in their respective areas . “The Deputy Commissioners would ensure that the newly created units are operationalised within a period of one month from the date of such creation in make shift arrangements till necessary infrastructure was provided to the new units,’’ the CSC has recommended in its report.It said: “the Deputy Commissioners should ensure that the demarcation of new administrative units was done in such a manner that the people have easy access to them. The DCs and the Director Rural Development would finalize the model estimates and designs for the construction of office buildings for new units within a period of four months’’.The CSC has directed that the DCs should identify land for construction of newly proposed units and also as a short term measure identify places where the new units can be made operational.“The Finance and Planning Departments should arrange funds for making these units functional. After creation of 10521 posts required for the new units including 358 gazetted cadre and 10163 in non gazetted cadre, the recruitment agencies should be directed by the Government to make recruitment for these posts on fast track basis,’’ the CSC has recommended.These recommendations for were part of the roadmap given by the CSC for implementation of its report and creation of new units.