Like our Facebook Page

Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
Breaking News :   Income Tax fraud: Employees claim to "donate" 50% of their salaries to political parties | SMC smells ‘multi-crore nasty plan’ in executive committee meeting | More BJP wins in elections, more protests it will face from opposition: PM Modi | Despite claiming non-practicing allowance, docs indulge in pvt practice | J&K policies, situation worthy of investment: Amit Shah | India, Africa partnership essential for regional peace: Rajnath Singh | China aims to replace US as global net security provider: Army Chief | J&K Excise Policy 2023-24, introduces new initiatives to boost revenue | Govt transfers 20 JKAS officers | Z-Morh tunnel on Srinagar-Leh Highway to be inaugurated next month: Gadkari | Secretary Health reviews COVID-19 situation with stakeholders | PAN, Aadhaar card linking deadline extended by 3- months | Rahul Gandhi's disqualification from Parliament India's internal matter: Anurag Thakur on US official's statement | Development narrative of BJP 'castle in air', ground reality exactly opposite: RL Gupta | Jammu Police organises T20 Cricket Tournament under Civic Action Programme | High Court upholds life-imprisonment awarded to Hizbul terrorist | Players from J&K to participate in Speedball Championship | Ben Stokes to play as specialist batter at start of IPL 2023 | Mayers or Hooda likely to open with KL Rahul in LSG's first two games | Australian cricket team love to hate Cheteshwar Pujara: Josh Hazlewood | Chennai Super Kings' Ben Stokes to play as a specialist batter at the start of IPL 2023 - Report | Indian Weightlifter Bharali Bedabrate bags World Youth Championships bronze | Australians love to hate Pujara: Hazlewood | GLDM College organizes Road Show | Centre working to reduce logistics cost to GDP to 7.5% in 5 years: Amit Shah | Only filing cases against hate speech won't solve the issue: Supreme Court | Bombay Lawyers' body seeks action against Vice President, Law Minister | Watali moves Delhi HC against charges framed | Easy address change process in Aadhaar major cause of cyber fraud: Police | Cong's chance to regain lost ground 'bleak': Kavinder | Jewelers Awareness Program organized by BIS-JKBO | DC Reasi flags off 'Run for Unity' rally | Budgam Police arrests 4 involved in robbery, stolen property recovered | JCB operator dies in avalanche in J&K's Anantnag | Attendant injured after scuffle with security guard at SDH Sopore | IAF's 'Kargil Courier' airlifted over 3,000 stranded passengers this winter | Kavinder vouches for fair, timely compensation for acquired lands | DDC Rajouri leads meeting to review implementation of PC&PNDT Act | Course on "Investigation of Cyber Crime" commenced | J&K govt gives big push to promotion of 'NADRU' of Dal Lake | District Level NCORD Committee meeting held | Back Issues  
news details
Kavinder commences laying of water pipeline work at Poly Hills
12/1/2022 11:06:49 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Dec 1: Kavinder Gupta former Deputy Chief Minister and senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader has reiterated that BJP Govt’s commitment to provide the basic necessities including drinking water to the people in every nook and corner of the nation. He said that this can be well gauged from the fact that the significant Jal Jeevan Mission launched by the Govt in this direction successfully achieved the ‘Har Ghar Jal’ target across the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
The senior BJP leader stated this during a function organized to commence the development work of laying of drinking water supply pipeline at Poly Hills Colony in Malik Market Panchayat, Sunjwan of Jammu City here today. He also started another development work lain and drain at Rajiv Nagar area of Narwal.
The former Deputy Chief Minister kick-started this developmental work along with Rajkumar, Chairman Public Health & Sanitation and PHE Committee of Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) in the presence of Vinay Gupta BJP District President Jammu. Corporator Sharda Kumari and BJP leader Mohd Rafeeq.
While addressing the gathering, the former Dy Chief Minister said that with the jurisdiction of JMC having got extended to some new rural areas the people in this belt were facing drinking water supply issues.
He said that water is the most significant necessity second only to air without which the human survival is not possible. He emphasized that it is the prime duty of the Govt to ensure that these basic necessities are available to the people quite easily.
Kavinder Gupta also appreciated the efforts of local leader Mohd Rafeeq for raising this problem of the people in this particular area for due redressal. He reiterated that the BJP Govt being fully committed to resolve the problems and issues of the people especially in rural areas is very prompt in responding to such issues. He said that this problem being related to the basic necessity i.e. water therefore the work has been commenced on this project on priority with the laying of water pipeline in and around Pali Hill Colony taking due care of the ease of living of the people living in the area.
Prominent among others present on the occasion were, Bashir Khatana, Liyaqat Ali, Dr Devinder, Suraj Rana, Dalbir Singh, Vinod Kumar and Purshotam Kumar.
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
Early Times Android App
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
Train Enquiry
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center