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Door to Door campaign of Munish Gupta reaches Preet Nagar's Lane No. 5 & Gobind lane
7/9/2019 11:08:53 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, July 9: Continuing his mass contact programme Editor Early Times, Munish Gupta who would be contesting assembly elections Gandhi Nagar constituency, as independent candidate on Tuesday visited Preet Nagar's Lane No. 5 and Gobind lane.
The resident welcomed the independent candidate enthusiastically and promised to support the cause he has taken up for the betterment of the society and their constituency. Munish Gupta assured them if he voted to power, he would not leave any stone unturned to meet all basic civic amenities, which are remained un-addressed so far.
Criticising the role of former MLAs either of Congress or BJP who represented Gandhi Nagar constituency in past, residents of Preet Nagar told Munish Gupta after getting elected from here, they forgotten their ward resulting, we are reeling under acute shortage of all basic civic amenities which is considered to be necessary to human being.
"Our drains are blocked, lanes and by lanes are uprooted and electricity always playing hide and seek, garbage littered on road and no cleanliness drive has been conducted by the civic bodies, causing huge inconvenience to locals", said Pushpa Devi and added that the manholes and dug up lanes and clogged drains posing serious threat to walkers. However we repeatedly pleas to incumbent councillor Raj Rani of Bhartiya Janta Party for repairing and maintaining the lanes and drains but our requests have yield nothing.
Sunita Devi residing in same lane informed Munish Gupta that few years back, the Committee covered all the drains with steel grills but now-a-days, some grills are decomposed and some were stealing. The open manholes become a porn to accident for bikers and once in a week a young bikers met with accident and authority seems least bothered about.
Amar Nath (70) and his wife Asha Devi and having two children namely Raj Kumar and Reenu Mehrea , all of them were residing here since 2012. Earlier they were residing at Shastri Nagar but their name is missing in electoral list.
Resident of Gobind Lane collective informed Munish Gupta that a common problem is that a nallah is flowing between the Preet Nagar, is not cleaned, the silt accumulated on bed of nallah is not removed since many years, consequently the drains water enters in their home especially during raining season. "Every year we requested to authority concerned for its cleanliness and de-silting but our pleas not fall into deaf ears", said Darshana Devi.
Moreover, all the streetlights were installed in our locality has been gone kaput and not restored by Committee or local councillor despite our repeated requested.
A septuagenarian couple residing in Gobind lane name Lal Muni Devi and her husband Babu Lal Sharam are making continuing rounds of Social Welfare Office Amphalla to cover under old age pension but every-times the office concerned never heed to matter so far. However all the documents including ration card, voter list and even getting testimony from Doctor, Naib Tehsildar and Patwari but their pension is still lingering on.

Electricity plays hide and seek, residents tells Munish Gupta
The unscheduled curtailment, low voltage, blinking power is giving sleepless night to local inhabitant, and also damaging electrical appliances in Gobind lane and lane no.5, locals told Munish Gupta.
Sudesh Chouhary said that we are facing problem of low voltage, erratic power supply since long time and in this regard, we knocked every door of office concerned and even local Corporator but nobody come forward to provide relief us. "The erratic power supply is not giving sleepless night but also damaging the electrical appliances like refrigerator, fans, cooler and other electronic goods", she added.
Satinder Kour said that the only transformer installed in our locality is getting overloaded, which results supply low voltage and unscheduled curtailment. "Earlier we use to face power crisis only few days of peak summers but this time we continuing reeling under acute shortage of electricity which making the our lives miserable especially children and elderly person.
On one hand, PDD department said that we have committed to provide round the clock electricity but on other hand, they literally fail to provide electricity even 10 hour/ day, said Ranbir Kour.
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