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Delegations met Khatana, water-power issues raised
4/6/2024 10:56:45 PM

Early Times Report

JAMMU, Apr 6: The welfare schemes launched by PM Modi led government should be seen on ground with the public getting benefit to make our country progressive and strong.
This was stated by senior BJP leader and Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha), Gulam Ali Khatana while talking to a large number of delegations which met him at his residence on Saturday and highlighted the problems faced by a big section of them in their areas.
The main problem highlighted by the delegations was that of poor supply of water and power curtailments in many areas in Jammu.
Problems of urban poor were also raised before the MP while a delegation of move Gujjars demanded their smooth passage on Jammu-Srinagar highway along with their cattle.
They also demanded adequate number of teachers in mobile schools.
Khatana listened the delegations with patience and talked to the concerned officers.
He rang Director Tribal Affairs and gave directions for smooth passage of nomadic Gujjars and others during their movement along with their cattle.
Similar instructions were also given to officers of urban and rural development.
The BJP leader asked the officers to inform and aware the common public about the welfare schemes launched by PM Modi for the welfare of common man.
He said that the PHE and PWD departments should properly inform the public about power cuts.
“The public should also be informed well in advance through print and electronic media about the days when the water supply would not be made in particular areas,” he continued.
The BJP leader said that the officers concerned should aware the public about government schemes regarding solar lights so that the public may get benefits of that.
“Officers of PDD should give the benefit of amnesty schemes to the power consumers,” he further said.
Khatana said that PM Modi has initiated a large number public welfare schemes.
“After the abrogation of Article 370 and 35-A from Jammu and Kashmir, historic developments have taken place in J&K under the direct leadership of PM Modi,” he maintained adding: “The public is now determined to make PM Modi victorious in upcoming Lok Sabha elections with a thumping majority and all the five LS seats from J&K will fall into the kitty of BJP along with the one from Ladakh.”
Khatana lauded J&K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha for record number of developments and public friendly measures in the Union Territory.
He said that people of J&K had suffered a lot during the regimes of Congress, NC and PDP but now the public is enjoying all the facilities meant for the welfare of masses initiated by PM Modi led regime at the Centre and LG administration at UT level.
“People will never forget the era of terrorism, stone pelting, protest calendars and unemployment ushered by the mis-governance of Abdullahs, Muftis and Gandhis which had brought immense miseries to the people of J&K,” the firebrand BJP leader maintained adding: “The people of J&K will never allow such tyrant dynasts to comeback and again spoil the lives of people here.”
He also said that BJP will easily cross the 400 mark in upcoming LS elections and PM Modi will helm the affairs of world’s largest democracy for the third time consecutively.
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