Oppn never bothered to develop religious places in J&K: Sat

Former Minister, Sat Sharma kick starting construction work of parking area at Kabir Colony on Monday.
Former Minister, Sat Sharma kick starting construction work of parking area at Kabir Colony on Monday.

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Nov 29: Former Minister and Ex MLA Jammu West, Sat Sharma (CA) along with corporator, Ward 40, Neelam Nargotra started construction works of new parking at Guru Ravi Dass Sabha in Kabir Colony area of Talab Tillo today. Sharma was accompanied by Mandal president, Keshav Chopra, BJP UT media secretary, Dr Pardeep Mahotra and several others including local residents and political activists of the area.
The works will be executed at an estimated cost of Rupees 30 lakhs and the funds were allotted to the local corporator.
Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma said that this place holds a great significance in our society and it is our prime duty to develop such places which holds a great religious importance. He said Guru Ravi Dass sacrificed his whole life by serving the society and we all must follow his teachings which allow us to create an atmosphere of brotherhood and harmony. He also stated that only BJP is working hard to develop places holding religious importance in the UT whereas opposition parties who talk about welfare of Jammu and Kashmir never bothered to develop such places.
Neelam Nargotra said that this was the much awaited work which has been taken up and it also showered happiness amongst the followers of Guru Ravi Dass. She said pending works in the ward will be taken up in coming times and wherever required help of former MLA will also be taken to solve remaining problems in the Ward.
Keshav Chopra and Dr. Pradeep said that former MLA has been on ground even after three years of the dissolution of the Assembly and he reaches out to masses in every Ward and solves their grievances from time to time and they also claimed that Jammu West has reached to a mark of a Model Constituency under his leadership.
Yash Pal Shivgotra, Satyabhushan Dubey, Rajesh Saini, Jaipal Sharma, Paramjit Kour, Rahul Nargotra, Abhishek Sharma, Puran Chand and several others were also present.