Cong committed to create atmosphere of brotherhood, peace: Bhalla

Excelsior Correspondent

Minister for Housing Raman Bhalla addressing election rally in Gandhi Nagar constituency.
Minister for Housing Raman Bhalla addressing election rally in Gandhi Nagar constituency.

JAMMU, Dec 4: Minister for Housing, Culture and Horticulture and Congress candidate from Gandhi Nagar constituency Raman Bhalla said that Congress party is committed to create atmosphere of brotherhood, peace and prosperity in the three regions of the State.
He stated that the ruling Congress in Jammu and Kashmir has a progressive agenda for all three regions of the State–Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and the party is contesting the Assembly election on development plank.
Apart from creating unimaginable infrastructural facilities, all over the State, Congress-led-Government resolved the long pending demands of people by creating new districts in the State. The days of development which took place with respect to growth and development shall be remembered as golden period, especially by public of the whole Gandhi Nagar constituency, he added.
Minister stated this, while addressing series of election meetings in Gandhi Nagar, Nanak Nagar, Langar village, Jawahar Nagar, Khwaska, Ajeet Nagar, Sunjawa, Sanjay Nagar, Sainik Colony and Digiana areas of Gandhi Nagar Constituency.
Mr Bhalla said that the party would notch up highest-ever tally of seats in the Assembly polls because the party worked for the people beyond limitations.
He said that the basic issues and needs of the people including educational infrastructure, power and water infrastructure, road connectivity, health and sports infrastructure in every area of Gandhi Nagar constituency witnessed large scale changes, which the people can judge of their own.
Bhalla said it is the contribution of the Congress to create an urge and awakening about the concept of development which has compelled other parties to include development in their agenda.
“However, none of them have any proven credentials and a track record, as they have been getting votes merely by exploiting the people of the state on the basis of religion, region and hollow slogans, the Congress candidate said.
“Youth of the State want fast-paced growth, modern infrastructure and creation of employment opportunities and political parties of the State are selling them catchy slogans, hollow promises and vision documents, Bhalla added.
“I am presenting the performance and track record of two consecutive terms as MLA of the Gandhi Nagar constituency allowing the people to draw their own conclusions, he said.
Among others present were Arun Mahajan, Sheel, Salim, Bharat Bhushan, Zawa Singh, Inderjeet, Bittu Sharma, Dwarka Choudhary, Vipin Sangral, etc.


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