BJP committed to fulfil promises: Kavinder

Former Deputy CM, Kavinder Gupta kick starting black topping of road at Satwari on Sunday.
Former Deputy CM, Kavinder Gupta kick starting black topping of road at Satwari on Sunday.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Oct 20: Giving further pace to the development activities, former Deputy Chief Minister & senior BJP leader, Kavinder Gupta inaugurated blacktopping works of Interior roads of Nai Basti, Satwari to be completed at the cost of Rs 2 crore.
Gupta during his tour of the area took review of ongoing development activities along with the councillor from Ward. Pawan Singh. Gupta started the blacktopping of road from Vijay Park area, Ram Pura, Ashok Pura. Prominent persons of the area who were present on the occasion were Vinay Gupta, Naveen, Sanjay Gupta, Ram Lal Choudhary, Raj Singh and Jyoti.
Speaking on the occasion, Gupta said that he was keen to come up the developmental aspirations of the people from the very beginning of his political career and has done a lot for the overall development in all parts of the constituency which includes works pertaining to improvement of roads, electricity, water supply, education sector, health sector and so on. It shows the commitment of his leadership towards the people.
He said that the works which have been stalled due to election process have been taken up on priority and the people of Constituency has seen a massive infrastructural change from last five years and witness positive equitable developments, he added.
Gupta said and that blacktopping and macadamization on various road projects in the area are in progress with some works at completion stage adding that work on the rest of the roads would also be taken up soon. He further said that the Government has initiated many micro and mega projects with special focus on upgrading road connectivity, provision of improved drinking water and power supply for better socio-economic profile of people.
Gupta said that BJP believes in “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas” principle and is “committed to fulfill the promises”. He called for the active participation of the elected councillors of each ward for the overall development of the constituency. Referring to works started today, he said the execution of works has been initiated at Rs.2.00 crore and all the pending works which have been approved earlier will be started in phased manner and there will be no compromise with quality of work and special care will be taken in its execution of different works so that the quality can be maintained and people don’t have to suffer in the future.