JAMMU, July 14: Former State president BJP and Ex MLA Jammu West Sat Sharma (CA) started Blacktopping works of Talab Tillo main Road. Sharma was also accompanied by district president, Munish Khajuria, corporators Neelam Nargotra, Sanjay Baru and Sat Pal Karlupia, Mandal president, Keshav Chopra, BJP media secretary, Dr Pardeep Mahotra, district general secretary, Advocate Rajesh Gupta and others including PWD officials, local residents and political activists of the area.
The works will be constructed under the supervision of JMC at an estimated cost of Rs 46 lakh and main Talab Tillo road will be macadamized under the same.
Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma said that from last several months everyone has been witnessing big holes and damaged portions on main Talab Tillo Road which was creating a chaos type situation and left people with distress but on his repeated conversations with PWD officials and with support of masses, the works have been taken up so that kilometres long road can be macadamized and further giving relief to lakhs of inhabitants and thousands of commuters passing daily through this road. He stated that other areas which are required to be Blacktopped will also be done in coming times with a motive to provide best possible infra to masses at their doorsteps. Sharma stated that development in Jammu and Kashmir has reached new heights under the leadership of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi who is very much concerned about the welfare of each and every segment.
Munish Khajuria highlighted the works done by former MLA during his tenure to develop Jammu West to its fullest and stated that all 26 wards of Constituency have been kept on priority by him and wherever necessary, the developmental works are being taken up on war footing basis so that people do not face any problem.
Neelam Nargotra, Sanjay Baru and Sat Pal Karlupia assured the residents that all their genuine demands would be looked into on priority and also stated that with the efforts of former MLA the long pending demand of lakhs of Talab Tillo residents have been fulfilled and the pace of work will continue in coming times as well.