JAMMU, Nov 25: Former Minister and Ex MLA Jammu West, Sat Sharma (CA) along with corporator Ward 35, Yash Pal Sharma started works for upgradation of park at Pandoka Colony, Janipur.
Mandal president, Raveesh Mengi, local residents and political activists of the area were also present. The works will be executed at an estimated cost of Rupees 10.50 lakh and the park will be renovated under the same.
Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma said that such works are the need of the hour and it will cater to the needs of the thousands of inhabitants residing in the area. He said that before 2014 such types of developmental projects were placed in limbo and nobody bothered to develop such places that are used by the public for their leisure activities. He said BJP is committed to provide overall development to the masses at their doorsteps.
Talking about the new avenues for youth, Sharma said that BJP is working on a mission to end unemployment from J&K and PM Modi led Central Government is concerned about the well being of J&K youth. Sharma also stated that upcoming investments will also provide job avenues for lakhs of youth in UT and will definitely improve the system which was deteriorated by some leaders for their vested interests.
Yash Pal Sharma said that development is the core agenda of BJP and he also talked about the works done by JMC to improve the developmental scenario in Jammu. He stated that many major projects under Smart City are being taken up which will give a new face to the city and people will be provided with adequate and best possible infrastructure. He also credited former MLA West for developing the constituency and said that under his leadership, constituency reached new heights in terms of development.
Raveesh congratulated the public for the works being taken up for the improvement of park in the Ward and also appealed to the masses to take proper care of them as it is a public property and the public must be involved in taking care of such things that are being made and used for their welfare.