BJP bridged gap between urban-rural population: Jugal, Rana

BJP leaders Jugal Kishore Sharma (MP) and Devender Singh Rana, ex MLA addressing public in a Jammu village on Friday.
BJP leaders Jugal Kishore Sharma (MP) and Devender Singh Rana, ex MLA addressing public in a Jammu village on Friday.

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Apr 19: During the ten years rule of the BJP-led NDA Government under Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, the urban and rural areas have been treated equally in matters related to infrastructure development and the social welfare.
This was stated by Jugal Kishore Sharma, BJP candidate from the Jammu-Reasi Parliamentary constituency, while addressing public in Amb Gharota, Kangrail, Barn, Seri Pandita, Gaink, Amb, Gharota Chowk, Thathi Chowk, Tung, Gorda, Rabta, Agore Ranjan villages, along with senior leader and former MLA, Devender Rana, DDC Chairman Bharat Bhushan, Jammu North district president Omi Khajuria and other leaders.
Jugal Kishore Sharma said that the ten years works of Modi Government itself speaks that there was no consideration of region, faith, or gender, and all were treated equally in all matters. Due care has been taken to ensure that the infrastructure development projects are not confined to major cities and towns but reach the remotest village to lessen the rural-urban gap and take all on board.
Jugal Kishore Sharma said that the mega projects of road connectivity have covered every area, whether in cities or villages. The rail facility has also covered rural and urban areas. He said that there has been no dearth of development funds and the Modi Government liberally granted sanction to numerous projects in Jammu and Kashmir.
Jugal Kishore Sharma, said that the people should not forget that the Congress-led UPA had been responsible for scams, whereas the BJP-led NDA has the distinction of being a dispensation of schemes of public welfare.
Devender Rana, in his address, said that one of the major and important gift to the people of Jammu and Kashmir from the Modi Government has been the provision of covering every citizen under the Ayushman Golden Health Card Scheme. He said that in rural areas in particular, the education institutions have been upgraded and more new schools are being established. The farmers, the women, the youth, the border people, all have been the targeted beneficiaries of different schemes of the Modi Government, he added.
Devender Rana further said that the BJP is contesting the 2024 elections of Lok Sabha on the basis of its report card of good governance and the people should support the party candidate once again so that the pace of development gets excelled. He said that voting for BJP would mean the people’s mandate of displaying full faith in the programmes and policies of PM Narendra Modi and give more years to run the Government.