Pathania tours remote areas of Ramnagar constituency

R S Pathania addressing a public meeting during his tour of Ramnagar constituency.
R S Pathania addressing a public meeting during his tour of Ramnagar constituency.

Excelsior Correspondent
RAMNAGAR, July 16: While conducting a five-day tour of Thildu, Padder, Dudu, Chakka, Basantgarh, Loudhra, Raichak, Khaned, Ponara, Mang, Upperla Balota, Chakal, Pleyi, Siyameri, Chatrara, Kansala, Berrian, Jofar, Lehar, Tenal, Domel villages- with an on foot sojourn exceeding 100 kms- former MLA Ramanagar Ranbir Singh Pathania flayed the local administration for unleashing a worst reign of maladministration, misgovernance and lawlessness in the area.
He also stressed for Police recruitment drives for Basantgarh, Khaned, Ponara, Pachound, Balota, Garh Samna Banj, Jophar and other far-flung areas of Ramnagar and Majalta Tehsils.
Pathania assured the people that work on Ramnagar-Basantgarh and Basantgarh-Khaned road shall start very soon, once requisite forest clearances are accorded. He said that he is vigorously pursuing start of work on both of these roads. The locals also demanded connecting of Berrian with Ujh Bridge, which shall act as lifeline for as many as 50,000 people living in Ramnagar, Bani and Billawar areas.
He also sought provision of Ultra-sound facilities in PHC Basantgarh and allopathic dispensaries for Punara, Mang, Chatriara & Kulthian-Marta. People demanded provision of staff for Higher Secondary Schools Khaned, Keya and High Schools at Dudu-Kirchi, Pachound, Balota, Satyein, Kotwalt, Bainsta, Rang and Ayurvedic dispensary at Ghar Ghatyas. People demanded speeding up of work on Kanoglu-Pachound road.
Prominent among those who accompanied the leader in the tour, included Kewal Singh Sarpanch, Balwant Singh Sarpanch, Babu Slaria Sarpanch, Bheem Singh Sarpanch, Darshana Devi Sarpanch, Sher Singh Sarpanch, Yog Raj Sarpanch, Nisha Devi Sarpanch, Surinder Singh Sarpanch, Lalita Thakur Sarpanch, Charan Dass Sarpanch, Madan Lal Sarpanch, Raj Kuamr Sarpanch, Jag Mohan Sarpanch, Mulkh Raj Sarpanch, Farooq Ahmed Sarpanch, Bihari Lal and a wide galaxy of local leaders.