Dr Syed Sehrish Asgar Meets Bar Association Baramulla

Dr Syed Sehrish Asgar Meets Bar Association Baramulla

Also Visits One Stop Center B’la; Reviews its Progress

Baramulla, June 13: A delegation of Bar Association Baramulla led by its president today met Deptuty Commissioner Baramulla,  Dr Syed Sehrish Asgar and put forth several demands pertaining to Judicial District Baramulla.

On the occasion, the delegation put forth several demands of public importance and sought timely intervention of Deputy Commissioner Baramulla for fulfilling of these demands.

The Deputy Commissioner gave a patient hearing to the demands put forth by the deputation and assured to fulfill them at the earliest possible time.

Meanwhile, DC issued on-spot directions wherein she directed the concerned authorities that drinking water facilities be made available. She also affirmed about Consumer court to continue its functioning in District Court Baramulla besides execution of development works across District to be taken up on fast track basis. 

Later, the Deputy Commisoner along with other senior officers of the district visited One Stop Centre, Baramulla where she interacted with the whole staff and management of OSC. 

During the interaction, the OSC staff  appraised DC about the functioning of OSC and requirements that are needed for smooth functioning of One Stop Centre.

DC assured to provide full support and assistance to the Sakhi-OSC, so that cases of domestic violence are redressed across all sections of the society and affected women will get assistance in legal, medical, psychological domains.

The DC impressed that the recruitment of staff of OSC should be completed on immediate basis besides  directed that the infrastructure of the OSC should be fully established on priority. 

Furthermore, the awareness about the centre and it’s functioning was made point of focus.

District Social Welfare Officer Baramulla, Nisar Ahmad Wani, Women Welfara Officer, LCPO were present on the occasion.

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