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JAMMU: Giving a push to the development activities in Gandhi Nagar constituency, former Dy CM and ex-MLA Gandhi Nagar Constituency, Kavinder Gupta started the blacktopping work from Rani Talab to Ashram road.
Gupta was accompanied by BJP District President-Vinay Gupta, Councillor Raj Rani Ward 45, Satpal Choudhary, Naresh Singh, Raj Singh Randhawa, Narinder Koki, Sahil Mahajan, Ritika Dhiman, Vinod Sharma and Vicky Choudhary.
The work will be executed by the PWD. Gupta also interacted with people and took stock of their day to day problems being faced by the inhabitants of the area amid COVID-19.
The people projected various other developmental demands which were mainly related to up gradation of bye lanes, water supply, sanitation, etc. for which Gupta assured to take up all the bye lanes works of the lanes which are in deplorable condition and needs up gradation and have already been approved for up-gradation.
He said soon we shall overcome by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the funds would be with the elected councillors of JMC and thus the developmental works shall be getting a boost.
The party workers from BJP and elected councillors should reach to the door steps of the people to aware them about the centrally sponsored schemes and gather the data of the problems being faced by the inhabitants so that the genuine demands are met in a phased manner, Gupta added. He also said the projects for the up-gradation of drainage system for the Gandhi Nagar Constituency areas such as Shastri Nagar, Rajiv Nagar, Kalika Colony, Gangyal, Gandhi Nagar, Chhanni Himmat, Bathindi and other areas have either been completed or soon work shall be started and completed before rainy season starts.
Gupta said, “Our Karyakartas are doing tremendous services in different types of activities during the Corona crisis from providing helpline numbers to various categories as per the needs to offering meals, sanitizers, masks, shelter and medical help to migrant labourers, persons who are either stranded in Jammu or being brought back from other states, and the local daily rated workers from the urban poor to nomads, rag pickers and even animals who are an integral part of our ecosystem, most marginalised sections are served by the volunteers and Swayamsevaks on the priority basis.”
Gupta appealed public to follow the guidelines issued by the Government to fight against the pandemic so that it is mitigated at the earliest.
Kavinder continues with development works in Gandhi Nagar
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