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JAMMU: The Union Government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is committed to provide all basic facilities to the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir including power, water and road connectivity. It was stated by the former Member Legislative Council (MLC), Ch. Vikram Randhawa, while inaugurating a 100 KVA transformer near Gurudwara Sahib, Karan Bagh Basti of Gandhi Nagar assembly segment.Randhawa said that it was a long pending demand of the local residents who were facing acute power fluctuation following low capacity transformer installed in the area years back. He said that with the passage of time the number of houses increased in the area and so load also increased but despite repeated reminders and requests to the previous legislators nothing was done.He said that the matter was brought to his notice during his tenure as MLC and an amount of Rs 3.5 lakh was released for the installation of the same. He further assured the locals that the government and BJP is committed to provide all basic facilities at the doorsteps of the people and all their other demands would also be fulfilled.“Gandhi Nagar would be developed as a model constituency and I will leave no stone unturned to make it a reality”, Randhawa added.The locals expressed their gratitude to the former MLC and said that their long pending demand has been fulfilled with the installation of this transformer and extended whole hearted support to the BJP in coming future.Others present were Bharat Bhushan (Mandal Pardhan), Paramjit Singh (Ex-corporator), Paras Ram, Gurbachan Singh, Gurdev Singh, Janak Singh, Gurpal Singh and Kuldeep Singh.
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