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Developmental works be accelerated in coming days: Kavinder
11/30/2022 11:37:40 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Nov 30: Giving a push to the development activities, former Deputy Chief Minister and Ex-MLA Gandhi Nagar, Kavinder Gupta today started work of lanes at Qasim Nagar and Rajiv Nagar areas of Jammu city. On the occasion, Vinay Gupta District President, Raj Kumar Chairman Health and Sanitation Committee JMC, Corporator Sharda Kumari accompanied the former Deputy Chief Minister. Addressing the gathering, Kavinder Gupta said that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) believes in ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikaas and Sabka Vishwas’ as a result of which the party has been progressing by leaps and bounds with each passing day. He said that it is the performance of the party and its government on ground especially in terms of development that speaks for itself. He said that while the government stands committed to overall development of every area especially in Jammu and Kashmir it is necessary that people also ensure proactive participation by monitoring the works especially the quality of material used in the developmental works. Referring to work started today, Kavinder said the execution of works has been initiated and it will be completed with no compromise on the quality of work so that people don’t have to suffer in the future. He asserted that the developmental works will be accelerated in coming days as many of them have been approved and will contribute for the improvement of the basic amenities. He mentioned that development works including sewage and blacktopping of lanes worth crores of rupees were carried-out.
He asked people to extend full support to the pro-people policies of the BJP government at the centre.
Later, the people of the area apprised the former Dy CM about their problems including lack of some basic facilities. After listening to them patiently and taking note of all their genuine demands, Kavinder assured that their concerns will be addressed at the earliest.
Among others who were present include Suraj Rana, Dalbir Singh, Purshotam Lal, Dr Devinder, Ashok Vaid, Pt Joginder Kumar Shastri, Rattan Lal, Ranjit Kumar, Garu Ram, Gulab Singh, Rekha Devi, Vijay Kumari, Darshana Rani and Nisha Devi.
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