Gilgit, April 23: Gilgit – Baltistan Legislative Assembly in yesterday’s session adopted a resolution for building capacity of the administration of Hunza – Nagar district. During discussions members of the assembly criticized the 9 month’s delay in establishing a complete setup for the seventh district. “It is shameful that the deputy commissioner of Hunza – Nagar does not have a clerk for office work at his disposal, while the deputy director of education department of Hunza – Nagar roams on a motor bike”, said Mirza Hussain of PML (Q). Discussion on issues of Hunza – Nagar started after a resolution was presented in the house by technocrat member from Hunza – Nagar, Mutabiat Shah.
Speaker, Wazir Baig, in his ruling on the issue said that according to wishes of the people of Hunza – Nagar appointments needs to be made on 610 vacant posts in the district. He also said that representatives of the district and social leaders would decide a place for establishment of the district headquarter through mutual agreement and consensus.
Protest of the doctors, residence of the first governor and alleged corruption in renovation of the GB House in Islamabad were also discussed. Razi Udin Rizvi said that the doctors are on strike and their issues demand immediate attention of the house. A committee was also formed by the speaker for investigation of alleged cases of corruption at the GB House, Islamabad.