STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Former Deputy Chief Minister, Kavinder Gupta reiterated his commitment to ensure overall development of the State with special emphasis on rural and far-off areas. Gupta said this after kick starting the work of the retaining wall of damaged road in Bhore Camp Ward No 73, to be executed at the estimated cost of Rs 10 lakh, the funds for which were provided from the CDF of Kavinder Gupta. Highlighting the development initiatives taken by him as a representative of the constituency, he said that several upgradation and renovation projects have been started in the constituency during the last three years. He said that delivering good governance with pragmatic approach at the doorsteps of the people is his top priority. On being apprised of the problems pertaining to road connectivity, water supply, electricity and other basic amenities and developmental needs by locals of the area of Bhor Camp and Govind Pura of Gandhi Nagar constituency, he said the project of the construction of concrete drain on Balole Nallah has already been submitted to department and soon the project shall get final nod for the execution. He said works for deep drains at different places of Gandhi Nagar Constituency have been approved and the work is under process. Gupta assured them that their genuine concerns would be looked into on priority and said that he will take up matter with concerned officials to take adequate measures to mitigate the problems of the locals in a time bound manner. Gupta was accompanied by Vinay Gupta, Harbans Choudhary, Pitamber Sharma, Ashu Gupta, Rinku Gupta among others.
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