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BDC chairman visits panchayat area
9/15/2020 11:40:17 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 15: Block Development Council (BDC), Chairperson, Arun Kumar Sharma here visited Nalah Panchayat area and took stock of undergoing developmental works. Sharma also checked the progressive report of the ongoing projects in the area.
After walking to the Panchayat areas, the BDC Chairman interacted with the local residents and took stock of their grievances.
The residents of the Nalah Panchayat appraised him regarding the issues they face besides presiding him the developmental work pending for last 10 years. After listening the public issues, the BDC Chairman assured the residents that their issues and demands will be surely taken to the higher ups and will be redressed as soon as possible.
“The pending work for nearly a decade will be resumed and completed soon,” Arun assured the locals present.
BDC Chairman also discussed with the locals the forthcoming projects for the Panchayat and informed them that multiple numbers of developmental works are in pipeline and after their execution the scenario of the Panchayat will change for good.
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