Speaker J and K Assembly and MLA, Kavinder Gupta along with the residents of Gandhi Nagar constituency.
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JAMMU: Speaker J and K Assembly and MLA, Gandhi Nagar, Kavinder Gupta on Thursday inspected various ongoing development works during a visit to various localities of his Constituency.
Kavinder visited Bathindi, Channi Himmat, Deeli, GTB Nagar, Polli Hill and Sunjwan Panchayat and took stock of the problems being faced by the residents.
The residents of Sunjwan and Narwal areas highlighted the issue of power supply to tube well, upgradation of existing transformers and blacktopping of internal roads. Replying to the issues put forth by the people, the speaker said that additional transformers have been sanctioned for the area and the work for its installation will be completed very soon along with the ongoing blacktopping which will cover each and every corner. He also inspected the work for construction and blacktopping of roads at Polli Hill, Sunjwan, GTB Nagar, Chatta and its adjoining areas. The work will be completed with an estimated cost of Rs 2.68 crore and the same was executed by the Department of Public Works.
The Speaker also held grievances redressal camps at GTB Nagar and Chatta listened to the problems of the people.
The residents demanded construction of culvert, up gradation of lanes and drains, protection works for their house and lands, regular supply of ration, up gradation of primary school and implementation of State and Centrally Sponsored Schemes. He also assured full support to the locals and assured that all their genuine demands will be fulfilled on priority.
SDM South Sonu Pargal, BDO Satwari Shahid Mughal, XEn PWD (R&B) Rajan Mengi, Ankush Gupta, Kulbir Charak, Harbajan Singh, Ashwani Khosla, Balwant Singh, Ch Mohammad, Iqbal, Amit Gupta, Maan Singh and Liaqat Ali were also present.
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