UDHAMPUR, Feb 5: After attending the month-long Assembly session, scintillating performance on the floor of House and being adjudged as “Best Legislator for year 2016” a warm and tumultuous welcome was accorded to MLA Ramnagar Ranbir Singh Pathania at Majalta.
Pathania a lawyer turned politician is youngest legislator in the State to be awarded with this coveted honour. As a first time legislator he has got great applause for his various public friendly initiatives major among them is the monthly public grievance redressal cum officers- public meeting at multiple places in the Constituency.
Pathania has been quite vocal and articulate both inside and outside the Legislative Assembly and has even not hesitant to speak against the own government and ministers, when it comes to public cause.
During the budget session Pathania confronted the Government over the lower allocation of funds regarding welfare of SCs and STs in the budget. Even speaker has directed government. to make necessary amendment in budget. Be it landmark proposed amendment in Consumer protection law, Ration supply , demand for take-over of historic shrines of Chountara Mata and Pingla Mata, separate Hill Development Council for under-developed areas of Ramnagar, application of Minimum Wages Act, SPOs. ReTs, daily wagers, contractual workers, transfer policy for ReTs, Shortage of staff in health institutes public of Majalta were all-praise for the performance of the Young Turk on the floor of the Assembly. They attributed him as ‘voice of the poor and the destitute’.
He said among his various his various achievements – enlistment of Dudu-Basantgarh area on tourist map as well as introduction of State-of art facilities in Mansar. Electrification of Al uneletrified hamlets of Ramnagar is in the offing. He also said that a Nursing College/AMT School is going to come up at Ramnagar very shortly. A Master Plan for Ramnagar town with a Sewerage Treatment Plant and Solid Waste Management system and a planned Housing Colony for Ramnagar shall shortly come up at Ramnagar.