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JAMMU: Keeping pace with the ongoing developmental works and ensuring the quality infrastructure in the constituency, BJP State President and MLA Sat Sharma inaugurated construction work of Nallah at Ward No 24 falling under Jammu West Constituency.
MLA was also accompanied by a large number of people including officials of Urban Environmental Engineering Department (UEED), local residents and political activists of the area.
Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma said that it was an long pending genuine demand of the residents of the area for which they approached him and as elected representative he felt need to issue immediate instructions to the department to take up the matter on priority basis.
While giving details of the present work, he said that the works will be done under the supervision of UEED at an estimated cost of Rs 60 lakh for the construction of 60 feet Nallah at Ward No 24 near Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education, Rehari. He said after construction of the Nallah, the area will get rid of many problems especially during rainy season and the residents of this area and other adjoining wards will be benefitted.
Sharma also stressed upon the locals to watch the quality of the pursued work and said that only BJP has ensured the proper development of the area. With the Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the helm of affairs, he said that BJP has taken the Nation on the path of development while starting to put a full stop on all types of malpractices prevalent in the country. He also referred to a number of Centrally Sponsored Schemes and prompted the locals to take the benefit of the same. BJP District President Ayodhya Gupta, Praduman Singh and Sanjeev Sharma were also present on the occasion.
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