JAMMU, Nov 24: Kavinder Gupta, former Deputy Chief Minister and senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader has asserted that the BJP Government at the Centre will leave no stone unturned for equitable development of Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory.
While addressing a gathering during a programme organized here, today to kick-start development works of drains at Channi Himmat Sector-2 falling in Ward No: 51, he said that this is evident from the fact that Modi Government is paying focussed attention on equitable development besides welfare and prosperity of the people of this traumatized region.
The former Deputy Chief Minister kick-started the development work estimated to be completed at a cost of Rs. 10 lakh in the presence of Vinay Gupta BJP district president, Jammu, Raj Kumar corporator and Chairman Health and sanitation, Narinder Koki and Jagdish Kumar besides a large number of residents living in the area.
Kavinder reiterated BJP’s commitment to equitable development of Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory. He said that the Union Government is paying focussed attention to Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory and is determined to carry out developmental activities in every nook and corner of this sensitive region.
The senior BJP leader said that Modi led Government at the Centre has prioritized the overall development of all the areas without any rural-urban or other discrimination. He said that cleanliness is the basic necessity to maintain optimum health of the people living in their area and proper sanitation is inevitable to augment the efforts towards cleanliness. He said that the Government will leave no stone unturned in ensuring the proper sanitation infrastructure like drains, etc along all the lanes and roads. He said that the construction of drains taken up in hand today was a long pending demand of the people of this area and after the completion of this project the people will get benefitted and would enjoy the resultant ease of living in a clean environment.
Meanwhile, the former Deputy CM also interacted with the people of the area and took stock of their problems on the occasion. He assured to get their grievances addressed at the earliest by taking up the same with the concerned authorities.