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Ritu Choudhary provide water cooler at Christian Grave Yard
8/14/2019 10:31:05 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Aug 14: A function was held at Christian Grave Yard Jammu where a water cooler was installed the funds were provided by Ritu Choudhary, Corporator Ward No. 7.
On this occasion Vikram Malhotra President DCC Jammu (Urban) was the chief guest. Speaking on the occasion Malhotra said that congress party's agenda is service to the people irrespective of caste, creed or color. He said that it was brought to his notice that there is drinking water problem at Christian grave yard for which he has asked local corporator Ritu Choudhary who provided funds for her discretionary quota and today the water cooler has been installed.
Pastors Kuriokose Catholic Church, Showkat Petter, William, Stiphen Bhatti, Anthony Tezi and Vinod, Thomas Khokhar-Secretary JKPCC, Nasir Masih, Camres Dabid Babloo, Parshotam Mehra, Tites Gill, Solman Gill, Kaka Ram, Rama Devi, Gita Choudhary, Madhu, Ram Lal and Deepu were the prominent, who attend the function. They in one voice said that they have been supporting congress party for its secular agenda and will continue their support in future also.
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