21 Jul 2012

Delegation of Senior Citizens met CM Uttarakhand

Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna listened to the public grievances at his Residence on Saturday and directed the officers concerned to redress them. Representatives of various other organizations too called on Chief Minister and put forth their demands to him. Mr. Bahuguna assured them to look into their demands and do the needful.
 Delegation of Federation of Senior Citizens of Uttarakhand demanded 50 per cent rebate for senior citizens in State Government buses, Tourist Hotels and House Tax. They also sought Health Insurance Policy and constitution of Senior Citizens' Council. Chief Minister Bahuguna assured them that he would try to resolve their problems.
Former MP Paripurnanand Penyuli also called on the Chief Minister and requested him to spare his time for the program organized to commemorate birth anniversary of Sri Dev Suman at Tehri. He also apprised Mr. Bahuguna about various problems of the people displaced due to Tehri Dam. Mr. Bahuguna wished for the success of the program. He said that Suman had struggled for the rights of the people for which he was tortured but he never bowed down.
Representatives of Akhil Bharatiya Garhwal Sabha requested the Chief Minister for rebate in Stamp Fee of land provided by the state government to Garhwal Sabha.
 Chief Minister Bahuguna also planted saplings of Chinar at CM Residence premises. He said that all should make joint efforts to save environment by planting maximum trees.

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