JAMMU, June 23: Former Deputy Chief Minister & senior leader BJP, Kavinder Gupta visited almost 17 sites for the ongoing development projects being executed in the Gandhi Nagar constituency and took the stock of ongoing works .
The areas where the works are under process were Channi, Sanjay Nagar, Shastri Nagar, Digiana, G, Bhore Camp and Greater Kailash.
While addressing the gathering on the occasion, Gupta said that as promised the long pending demand of the residents have been met. Gupta informed public that we have got approval and sanction of funds to the tune of Rs 70 crore particularly for Gandhi Nagar constituency, and all the approved works will be executed before the implementation of Model Code of Conduct in the State.
He said that “real development has been witnessed during last four years in the State and Gandhi Nagar constituency in particular”. “Sabka Saath -Sabka Vikas-Sabka Vishwas”is the slogan of BJP, and it is extending every possible help to make it a success. However, every one of us has to contribute as it becomes our collective responsibility to keep our surroundings neat and clean, Gupta said.
He stressed upon the concerned authorities to expedite the progress on these vital works to ensure their timely completion. Gupta stressed for an effective mechanism for regular monitoring and follow up of all ongoing development works by Deputy Commissioner concerned. He also exhorted upon them to hold periodic review meetings with all the stake holders to meet the purpose behind launch of these projects envisaging improvement in living standards of people. Gupta urged the Deputy Commissioner to identify any financial or technical barrier causing delay in development works so that the same could be rectified at the appropriate time for larger interest of the society.
Gupta lauded the seriousness of the Governor for the execution of various projects which were delayed due to administrative approvals worth more than Rs 70 crore and complimented him for approving many projects for Gandhi Nagar constituency. He said many projects are still pending for the administrative approvals which he will be taking up with Governor for the necessary approvals.