STATE TIMES NEWSJAMMU: Former Minister Sat Sharma (CA) visited Kamla Palace Road area of the Jammu West Assembly segment and its adjoining localities to take stock of the problems being faced by the residents of the area. Corporator Ward 41 Sanjay Baru, Corporator Ward 40 Neelam Narogotra, UEED officials, PDD officials, local residents and political activists of the area accompanied the former Minister. Pertinent to mention, a deputation hailing from the area met the Former MLA and apprised him of the problems faced by the residents. Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma said that a fruitful visit was conducted in the area and it was brought to the notice by the locals that the Kamla Palace road needs immediate Blacktopping. He said that project worth Rs 2.50 crore for construction of deep drain from Akhnoor Road to Luthra School was sanctioned and completed during his tenure as MLA which was taken up for road widening of Kamla Palace lane as well because earlier the lane had a short width and it was difficult for the commuters to pass through the area and many times traffic jams occurred on the road which created chaos for locals. He stated that the works for the blacktopping of the aforesaid road has also been sanctioned and its work will be taken up in coming days in order to avoid public distress. He also stated that once the electric poles are shifted backwards and the works for construction of drain is completed on the road, the blacktopping works will be taken up. Sanjay Baru and Neelam Nargotra stated that pending works in the ward are kept on priority and will be taken up in coming days. AEE UEED Anil Sharma, JE UEED Khajuria, JE PDD Suresh Sharma, Yash Pal Shivgotra, Praveen Ghai, Atul Chopra, Rahul Nargotra, Arun Dubey and Abhishek Sharma were also present.
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