RAMNAGAR, Aug 12: MLA Ramnagar, Ranbir Singh Pathania today inaugurated a slew of developmental projects including blacktopping/ macadamisation of Trilla-Dalsar road (about 9 Kms. length) at an estimated cost of nearly 2.66 crore.
Local Sarpanch Sukhdev Singh, while speaking on the occasion, said that work on this road was started way back in 1979 and a metalled road had been a persistent dream and demand of the public of the area. He said that it was due to diligent efforts of Pathania that finally public got a metalled road.
Fulfilling decades old demand of public, Pathania also launched the work on road connecting villages Romain and Palaran of Ramnagar at an estimated cost of Rs 2.85 crore. Another road project namely Improvement/Upgradation of Dalsar-Barotu road was launched by Pathania. The road has been lying in shambles and was virtually unfit for plying vehicles. With the completion of this road, metalled road from Dalsar to Badhole will be a reality in near future.
Fulfilling the public demand, Pathania announced setting up of a new Kerosene oil depot and Fair Price Shop in the area. On spot directions were issued for redressal of the drinking water and electricity supply issues in the area.
Reacting to local demand, Pathania said that work on construction of Foot Bridge at “Pattri” connecting Katheel Ganjoo and Johnu shall be initiated very shortly.
Earlier during his tour, MLA Ramnagar paid surprise visit to various schools to have review of the academic activities being taken up in rural schools. Interacting with students and staff, Pathania listened to the issues raised and assured of proper resolution. Terming the Teachers as Torch-bearers of the society, Pathania enjoined upon the teaching community to put in all round efforts so that younger generation is fully equipped to face the modern world and competition lying ahead.
Pathania was accompanied by District heads of various departments, besides local BJP functionaries and local public,
Prominent among them were Sham Lal (Mandal Pardhan), Jagmohan Singh, Bikram Singh, Raj Kumar (All Ex-Sarpanches), Amar Nath, Paras Sharma, Capt Tulsi Das, Mohan Singh, Bashir Ahmed and others.