The district government agents have requested of the National Highway Authority to revive Mansehra-Naran-Jalkhad (MNJ) route to traffic so the inhabitants could return to their local towns and develop crops in Batakundi town in Kaghan valley.
“As a result of the deferral in reviving of Kaghan-Batakundi area of MNJ route, the families who had relocated to parts of Hazara from upper pieces of Kaghan valley couldn’t return,” Mukhtiar Ahmad Mughal, the Nazim of neighbourhood board, told a question and answer session in Garhi Habibullah here on Sunday.
Surround by a gathering of councillors, Mr Mughal said that neither the NHA nor Kaghan Development Authority was earnestly attempting to revive the MNJ route. He said that potato and pea produce of Battakundi were known crosswise over the nation, yet the ranchers couldn’t return to auspicious develop those harvests. He said that the fundamental way was hindered in November a year ago after substantial snowfall in Kaghan valley.
Additionally in youth assembly gathering which met here on Sunday passed a few goals looking for essential rights for the transgender people and ladies as indicated by the nation’s Constitution.
“In spite of the fact that business and different quantities have just been fixed for us, yet we are as yet denied of every one of these rights,” Maria Khan, a Shemale individual from the gathering, said before moving goals in the meeting here on Sunday.
The meeting has a portrayal of the minorities, transgender people and ladies met with its Speaker Mohammad Amir in the seat. The individuals, including Asim Shahzad, Qazi Taib, Malik Aman and Shabir Hussain, likewise tended to the assembly
Talking on the event, Nadra Khan, the transgender individual from the assembly, requested of the administration to guarantee that all rights were given to the network as transporters didn’t enable them to go in open transport.
Talking on the event, a female part Marina Khan said that ladies in Hazara were all the while confronting challenges in getting their rights. The individuals likewise talked about power blackouts and different issues of individuals in Hazara.