Member Legislative Council Firdous Tak Saturday castigated National Hydel-Electric Power Company and Chenab Valley Power Project for acting like East India Company ignoring the genuine and just cause of Kishtwar district where most of the hydel projects are proposed to come up in next few years.
The legislator urged the CVPP to withdraw its recent recruitment notice issued at the national level and instead give preference to the local youth.
“We won’t allow the two hydel companies to use our resources and at the same time treat us like slaves”, Tak said adding, “The residents of Chenab Valley in general and Kishtwaries in particular must have first preference on all the projects that are coming up at the cost of environmental and geographical hazards to the area”. Read More…
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