State Times NewsJAMMU: The corona pandemic has brought world to standstill but notwithstanding the development is the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir is going on in full swing. It was stated by former Member Legislative Council (MLC), Ch. Vikram Randhawa, while kick-starting black-topping of lane in Ward No-45 (Digiana) of Gandhi Nagar assembly segment.While kick-starting the black-topping work of the Gama Lane at Digiana in the presence of Corporator of Ward No-45, Raj Rani Jamwal, Randhawa said that Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) is committed to provide all basic facilities to the citizens.He said that that it was the long pending demand of the local residents as the lane was in dilapidated condition.He said that the Corporator Raj Rani has played a key role in highlighting the genuine issues of the people following which the matter was taken up with the PWD authorities and the work has finally been started today.He further said that BJP is committed to implement ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas Sabka Vishwas’ slogan, given by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in letter and spirit.He said that the best way to win trust of the people is to address their genuine demands including basic facilities.“For this BJP has launched a public outreach programme on the insistence of the national party president JP Nadda which is yielding results”, Randhawa added.He assured the people that all their other genuine demands would be taken up with the appropriate authorities for early redressal.The expressed their gratitude to the former MLC in ensuring early redressal to their genuine long pending demand in a time bound manner. They also extended support to the BJP in coming future.The officials of PWD(R&B) wing were also present on the ocassion.Others present include Bharat Bhushan (Satwari Mandal President), Rajinder Singh Gudu (Ex-Concillor), Narinder Gupta Koki, Raj Singh Randhawa, Lucky, Vinod Mehra, Balwant Singh, Baljit Singh, Sanju Chib and many more.
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