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Sarpanch Gandli lays foundation stone of tubewell worth Rs 4 crore
12/1/2022 11:12:48 PM
Early Times Report

RS PURA, Dec 1: State General Secretary of All Jammu-Kashmir Panchayat Conference and Sarpanch of Gandli Panchayat of Block RS Pura, Sardar Gurdeep Singh Saini today asserted that during the present regime of BJP led Government at the Centre, development works are going on at a fast pace in the rural areas and better basic facilities are being provided to the people by the government.
Gurdeep Saini said this while addressing media persons after starting development work of a tubewell which include pump room and laying of water pipes with an estimated cost of Rs 4 crore in village Gandli and blacktopping of a road in village Kool Kothe. Naib Sarpanch Pyare Lal, Panchayat Somnath, Panchayat Pawan Singh, Panchayat Satya Devi, Chairman Darshan Singh and former Chairman Amar Singh Charak were also present.
On the occasion, Sarpanch Gurdeep Singh Saini said that the promises made to the people of the Panchayat are being fulfilled without any compromise. He said that clean drinking water will be available to the people after installation of tubewell in the panchayat and water connection will also be provided to every household by the concerned department.
Saini said that the people of the Panchayat had a demand that the water problem should be resolved, due to which they put this demand before the Jal Shakti Department and today under the Jal Jeevan Mission, this work has started in the presence of Panchayat representatives. He assured the people of the Panchayat that all efforts would be made to provide every basic facility to them.
The Sarpanch expressed gratitude to Prem Singh, Amar Singh Charak and others who had given their land for installation of tubewell and said that with the installation of this tubewell, people of many wards of the Panchayat would get clean drinking water. He said that the blacktopping work on the link road has also started in Kool Kotha too. He said that every village of the Panchayat is being connected with a concrete link and a network of roads is being laid.
On the occasion, the locals appreciated the efforts of Sarpanch and said that after becoming the Sarpanch, he has taken several measures for the betterment of the Panchayat.
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