Gandhi Nagar will be first model constituency of J&K: Kavinder

Former Deputy CM, Kavinder Gupta kick starting black-topping of road in Ward 43, Nanak Nagar on Saturday.
Former Deputy CM, Kavinder Gupta kick starting black-topping of road in Ward 43, Nanak Nagar on Saturday.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Oct 12: Former Deputy Chief Minister and senior BJP leader, Kavinder Gupta, today said that massive developmental and beautification works are being undertaken in Gandhi Nagar constituency for the benefit of people.
While addressing the gathering after inaugurating blacktopping works in Ward 43, Nanak Nagar area in Gandhi Nagar Constituency along with Surjeet (Pappu) Choudhary, Kavinder said that the long pending demand of the people of the area has been fulfilled.
He also kick started the blacktopping was started at Langer, Ward 68 along with MLC Vikram Randhawa, Baldev Billawria and Anil Kumar Councilor, Ward-68. Both the works have to be executed by the Public Works Department (PWD).
He said that a massive program for beautification and development of Gandhi Nagar Constituency has also been launched under which various parks and gardens are being revitalized in the area for the people, besides several other projects are also being executed which are in various stages of development.
Prominent citizens of the respective wards, who accompanied Kavinder, were Vinay Gupta, Ankush Gupta, Harbans Choudhary, Jyoti Sharma, Capt. (Retd) Jagmeet Singh, Hussain Ali Wafa, Darshan Abrol, Gopal Sharma, P.D. Sharma, Dr. Raj Kumar, Anil Gupta and other political and social workers.
Kavinder further added that erstwhile Jammu and Kashmir State would witness a complete overhaul with respect to developmental works and other basic infrastructure, and Gandhi Nagar will be the first Model Constituency of J&K. It has been one of the most heartening aspects of Modi’s leadership that he has brought into mainstream focus several issues pertaining to the common man’s quality of life, which had been neglected as ‘pedestrian concerns’. Basic matters like cleanliness, sanitation, fitness, access to drinking water, electricity, household gas, banking access, communication and digital competence, are now being addressed as prime issues for the nation.
The Government may create policy and plan budgets, but true success for India will manifest when each individual citizen stands up to act in his or her own responsibility.


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