Pathania convenes Janta Darbar

MLA Ramnagar addressing Janta Darbar on Monday.
MLA Ramnagar addressing Janta Darbar on Monday.

Excelsior Correspondent

MAJALTA, Jan 1: MLA Ramnagar, Ranbir Singh Pathania today convened a Janta Darbar at Jansal where a large number of public issues were raised and resolved to the entire satisfaction of public.
While addressing public during the Janta Darbar, Pathania highlighted various achievements of the year gone by, which included setting up of Degree College at Majalta, macadamisation of Ramnagar-Chountra and Ramn-agar- Basantgarh road, sanctioning 400 crore worth of road projects for entire constituency, 3 girls hostels, sports stadium, Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kendriya Vidyalya and ITI for which land identification process has been initiated.
Pathania further dwelt upon New Year resolutions,  which included providing every household with potable drinking water, construction of toilet units for each and every household so as to make this constituency Open Defecation Free (ODF) and opening of bank account for every household so that benefit of different Government  schemes reaches the beneficiary.
Calling upon party workers to gear themselves for upcoming Panchayat elections, he asked them to work with zeal and ensure 24×7 participation to make further inroads in to every ward and Panchayat and ensure victory of honest, performing candidates in Panchayat polls.
Officers drawn from various departments remained present in the Janta Darbar and dwelt in detail on major developmental initiatives and flagship programmes of Centre/ State Gover nment.  Besides a large gathering, various local leaders and party activists also remained present on the occasion.
Prominent among those   present, were Bishan Das, Gopal Singh, Shiv Ram, Kuldip Singh Sarpanch, Mohan Lal Sarpanch, Ved Sharma, Kirpal Singh, Makhan Lal, B D Gupta, Durga Das, Mohd Din, Hans Raj, Captain Gopal Singh   and a wide galaxy of local leadership.
Earlier in the day, Pathania paid obeisance at the famous Shri Narsingh Dev Temple at Jansal and prayed for the welfare of the humanity, Later a large Bhandara (community kitchen) was also organised where a large number of devotees were served Parshad.