STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Former Minister and Ex-MLA Jammu West, Sat Sharma interacted with a large number of people to listen to their grievances besides taking stock of remaining development works to be initiated in various areas. A large number of people hailing from various wards visited the office of former MLA and sought redressal of their grievances. Deputations hailing from ward 24 and 29 met BJP leader and highlighted various issues including low voltage and frequent power-cuts. They further asked him to intervene in the matter at the earliest to avoid public distress and demanded installation of a new transformer at Green Enclave, ward no 24 and Shakti Nagar, ward no 29. Residents from various other wards also met the former MLA and highlighted their problems. Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma said that a fruitful discussion was held with many deputations and many things came up during interaction, wherein locals stressed for taking up some utmost important works in the area besides completing the ongoing works within stipulated time frame. Sharma called the concerned Executive Engineer PDD (Power Development Department) and forwarded the grievance of people, on which the Executive Engineer assured that all the highlighted demands will be met shortly and a new transformer will be installed in the area. Sat further asked the officials of other concerned Departments to immediately prepare estimates and take up remaining works left in all 26 wards of Jammu West Assembly segment, for providing better infra to the inhabitants. Sharma also spoke to concerned PHE engineers and asked them to provide uninterrupted water supply in all 26 wards of Jammu West.
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