Shabir lays foundation stone of Community Hall at Sadyal

Excelsior Correspondent

Ex-Minister and MLA Rajouri, Shabir Ahmed Khan laying foundation stone of Community Hall at Sadyal in Rajouri.
Ex-Minister and MLA Rajouri, Shabir Ahmed Khan laying foundation stone of Community Hall at Sadyal in Rajouri.

RAJOURI, June 17: Shabir Ahmed Khan, Ex-Minister and MLA Rajouri today laid foundation stone of the Community Hall, Sadyal in Thandikassi area of his constituency in the presence of various district officers.
Addressing the public gathering after laying foundation stone of the Community Hall, which would be completed at the total estimated cost of Rs 20.20 lakh, Shabir said the Coalition Government with the liberal financial support of previous Central Government has brought the development of the area at its peak.
He said that current Five Year Plan in which special focus is on Health and Education sector, Centre has made massive and unprecedented investments to strengthen and expand health and educational systems in Jammu and Kashmir for the benefit of general public.
Khan reiterated that various major developmental works like Mega Community Hall at Rajouri, Abdullah Bridge-2, and Sports Stadium Rajouri are at the verge of their completion costing in crores of Rupees. Even in the last financial year 2013-14, almost 1.5 crore rupees have been spent on these major projects, he added.
In his address, Khan also asked the Congress workers to roll their sleeves up for the coming Assembly elections and assured that the performance of the Congress is commendable and being a truly pro-people party Congress is set to win all seven seats in twin districts of Rajouri and Poonch on merit.
He said overwhelming popularity and familiarity of the Congress needs to be translated into votes in the State in general and in Rajouri in particular, so that party could become a vibrant force in all the three regions.
Meanwhile, Khan inspected several ongoing projects in block Manjakote including construction work on Salehri- Dhar gali via Saroola 6 kms road, which has been taken up at an estimated cost of Rs 4 crore against which so far Rs 1.20 crore have been spent, besides many other projects.

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