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Centre paying focused attention to J&K, strengthen PM’s hands for equitable development: Kavinder
Kick starts development works worth Rs 60 lakhs in Wards 42, 52
11/20/2022 10:16:25 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Nov 20: Kavinder Gupta, former Deputy Chief Minister and senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader has asserted that the Government at the Centre is paying focussed attention towards Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory to ensure equitable development besides welfare and prosperity of the people of this traumatized region.
He expressed this while addressing a gathering during a programme organized here today to kick-start development works of lanes and drains at Nanak Nagar Ward No: 42 estimated to cost Rs. 15 lakh and development work in Ward No: 52 in Trikuta Nagar Extension estimated to cost Rs. 45 lakh.
The former Deputy Chief Minister kick-started the aforesaid development works in the presence of Vinay Gupta BJP District President Jammu, Ankush Gupta General Secretary, Ajay Gupta Chairman Social Justice JMC, BJP Mahila Morcha State General Secretary Neha Mahajan, BJP District General Secretary Ankush Gupta and Mandal President Neeraj Lucky Puri.
In his address, Kavinder Gupta said that Bharatiya Janata Party stands fully committed to equitable development of Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory.
“The Union Govt is paying focussed attention to Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory and is determined to carry out developmental activities in every nook and corner of this sensitive region,” he asserted.
The senior BJP leader said that Modi led Govt at the Centre has prioritized the overall development of all the areas without any rural-urban or other discrimination with main focus on roads and sanitation as roads ensure the smooth supply of basic essentials as well as other commodities for the ease of living of the people while good sanitation ensures good health. He said that the government stands fully committed to ensure the improvement of roads, lanes and drains infrastructure in all the areas. He said that the development of lanes and drains taken up today was a long pending demand of the people of this area and after the completion of this project the people will get benefited and would enjoy the resultant ease of living.
Meanwhile, the former Deputy Chief Minister took the opportunity to interact with the people of the area and took stock of their problems and issues on the occasion. After giving them a patient hearing he assured to get their grievances addressed at the earliest by taking up the same with the concerned authorities. He appealed to the people to further strengthen the hands of PM Narendra Modi for equitable development of Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory.
Prominent among others present on the occasion were Ashok Gandotra Ex Chief Engineer, Pushpinder Singh, Sanjay Pandoh, Nayan Gupta, Balwinder Singh, Advocate P.S Chandel, Sanjay Jandial, Gurmeet Singh, Narinder Gupta, Rajeev Malhotra, Sumit Parashar and Dewakar Kohli.
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