Modi Govt ensured unhindered development in J&K: Kavinder

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Mar 22: Senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister, Kavinder Gupta said that the BJP Government led by PM Narendra Modi is consistently realizing the dreams of the people into reality as it has ensured unhindered development in J&K.
The BJP leader was addressing a gathering after launching the black-topping work of road at Sector-2 Ward No 53 of Trikuta Nagar undertaken by Jammu Municipal Corporation.
Kavinder said that all round development of Jammu and Kashmir is the first and foremost agenda of the Modi Government and for this the UT has been offered a huge sum as capital money for carrying out unprecedented development. “It should be noted that PM Modi has opened up floodgates of funds for the development of J&K and now it is matter of days when cities in UT will become at par with Mumbai, Delhi and other places having big industries and other avenues ensuring a happy and contented life to residents”, Kavinder said, adding that Jammu and Kashmir has been witnessing unprecedented development since the PM Modi led Government has come to power and the works which were pending since decades have been accomplished with great ease.
Others who accompanied the former Deputy Chief Minister during the launch of work include district president, Vinay Gupta, Raj Kumar, Chairman Health and Sanitation, Baldev Billoria, Corporator JMC Jyoti Devi and district secretary, Narinder Koki.
“It was the long pending demand of the people of the locality as the road was constructed many years ago and the residents were facing many hardships. Seeing this, the matter was highlighted by the Corporator before concerned authorities and after a brief follow up the work of black-topping started today”, Kavinder said, adding that the pending development works are already in the pipeline which will be executed soon.
Sham Lal, Prerna Nanda (State secretary Mahila Morcha BJP), Neeraj Lucky Puri Mandal president, Nayan Gupta, K D Sharma, Ganesh Naggar, Ramesh Chander, Shiv Pal Sharma, and others were also present.