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JAMMU: On the insistence of local inhabitants of Raghunath Bazar area and people and traders living in the vicinity of Nau Gaj Peer, Gummat, Hari Market, Lower Gummat, Upper Gummat and Maheshi Gate, the Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) on Tuesday removed the small gate installed on rear end of JMC complex thereby giving people a thorough passage for their convenience.
In this regard, a deputation led by BJP General Secretary, Yudhvir Sethi met Commissioner JMC, Arvind Kotwal and thanked him for removing the gate to allow free movement of pedestrians and two wheelers. He said that this was a long pending demand of local inhabitants and by removing the gate JMC has done a good job in helping people of the area.
Sethi said that by opening the passage distance to some important destinations for people will be lessened and during some odd hours they can also carry their patients to the hospitals located on the other side of the city bus stand.
They expressed gratitude to the Commissioner and said that this move will help the local businessmen, vendors and even the inhabitants in carry on with your routine activities.
The deputation comprised of Gulshan Gupta, Rajesh Raina, Vijay Mahajan, Gian Sharma, Ashwani Sharma, Bharat Bhushan Sharma, Anil Masoom, Sonu, Rinku and Ramesh Chander.
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