JAMMU, May 29: BJP leaders from Kathua during their visit to party headquarters at Jammu, held meeting with BJP State spokesperson Balbir Ram Rattan as well as All Cells Incharge, S Varinderjit Singh and shared the developmental activities of district being undertaken during the five years tenure of their MP Dr Jitendra Singh.
Kathua District general secretary (Organisation) Inderjit Sharma, Basohli District Prabhari Gopal Mahajan and Basohli District vice-president Narain Dutt Sharma informed that the people of Kathua, Bani, Basohli and Billawar have witnessed real development in their areas for the first time after independence when Dr Jitendra Singh represented them in Parliament as their MP from 2014-2019. They said that the prestigious Ujh Multipurpose Project, which remained hanged for 40 years, got started with the efforts of their MP. The foundation stone for Keediyan-Gadiyal Bidge was laid down by Dr Jitendra Singh and also inaugurated by him after its completion in record time.
“Medical and Engineering Colleges, Bio-Tech Park, Seed Processing Unit, Dreamland Park, Toilet Complexes, upgradation of roads, Highway Village, Passport Office, are few of the gifts to Kathua from BJP’s Member of Parliament”, they said and added that the entire belt of Kathua District is set to become most developed on completion of the ongoing projects.
Balbir Ram Rattan, on this occasion, said that it is not only Kathua but other districts of the Parliamentary Constituency too have got a number of mega projects besides availing the benefits of dozens of welfare schemes launched during the BJP rule under Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said that the people have reposed their faith in their sitting MP and voted overwhelmingly in his favour as a reward for what has been done during the five years, which had been matchless and splendid.
S Varinderjit Singh said that the MP has written a new chapter for Udhampur-Doda-Kathua Parliamentary Constituency, which starved for development for decades during the times of Congress MPs. He said that the next five years would prove to be more beneficial for the people of the District as lot more would be coming there for development and socio-economic upliftment of the poor and weaker sections.