Arun Sharma cautions people against vested interests

Excelsior Correspondent

SAMBA, Sept 21: BJP leader and Working Committee Member J&K(UT), Arun Sharma today said that number of public welfare schemes aimed at benefiting the people at the grass level were left half way due early fall of coalition Government in J&K.
He was addressing a public meeting organised by local party activists including Chatter Singh,Tarlochan Singh, Ram Singh, Baldev Singh, Parkash Chand, Ashok Kumar, Chamel Singh, Dyal Singh etc. The Modi Government launched several schemes for benefiting the weaker sections of society and helpless people.
Arun Sharma expressed the hope that BJP will definitely come to power in J&K after the forthcoming Assembly elections which will be held after the ongoing delimitation process is completed.
He said people are fully aware of the facts that multi dimensional progress has been achieved during the shortest period of few years of BJP Government in the J &K UT. But some vested interests are exploiting people on regional and religious lines which, hampers the development process badly. Sharma said that BJP is a national party and it does not indulge in petty matters and work for larger interests of the nation and its people. Modi Government has initiated number of development projects, including schools, colleges, universities, hospitals, Hydel projects and roads.
He said but the genuine demands of people i.e. construction of road Saral to Kumi, irregularities of water supply, connectivity from Chilladanda to Kumi via Gujjar Nalli will be highlighted and taken up with concerned departments and the party High Command also.
Those were spoke included Kuldeep Sharma, Shiv Lal, Girdhari Lal , Jamat Ali, Ashok Singh and others.