STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Former Deputy Chief Minister and senior BJP leader, Kavinder Gupta reiterated his commitment to ensure overall development of Jammu and Kashmir. “BJP government is functioning with a hard-headed approach to resolve core issues of common masses,” said Gupta after starting development work in Ward no 52, to be executed at an estimated cost of Rs 9.5 lakh by Jammu Municipal Corporation. Gupta emphasised on infrastructural development of inner areas for holistic development of all wards falling under JMC. He reiterated that government has initiated several projects and priority shall be given to key sectors like road communication, drinking water, education, health care, irrigation and sports, with special focus on deprived areas to give a boost to socio-economic development of J&K. “Union Government is working with a pragmatic approach to redress core issues of common masses”, Gupta maintained. Highlighting various development works, Gupta said that various works being executed at different places under comprehensive development plan which has been formulated to provide upgraded infrastructural facilities to people of J&K, and sought active participation from the public for implementing the development programmes at the ground level. On the occasion, locals put forth some demands to which Gupta assured that all genuine concerns would be looked into on priority. He further said that he would take up matter with concerned officials for taking adequate measures to mitigate problems of locals in time bound manner. BJP District President Vinay Gupta, Councillor Ajay Gupta, Sanjay Gupta, Manmeet Singh, Nitin Thapa, Ajay Kumar, Monu Gupta, Deepu Kumar, Happy, Manjeet Singh Rana, Kuldeep Singh, Rajinder Singh, Vinay Gupta, Neena Gupta, Kulbir Charak, Balwan Singh, Amit Sharma, Kamlesh and Poonam Gupta were also present on the occasion.
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