VC JAKFED kick starts development work

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, June 5: Vice Chairman, JAKFED & senior BJP leader, Munish Sharma today kick started the laying of tile work near Shiv Durga Mandir at Resham Ghar Colony. A large number of residents of Resham Ghar and prominent citizens of the area were present on the occasion.
Addressing people on the occasion, Vice Chairman said that with the completion of tile work near Mandir the residents of the colony would get better civic amenities in terms of smooth walking for pedestrians and motorist. Vice Chairman directed the concerned for ensuring use of good quality of tiles so that it lasts for longer period of time.
Urging people to take proper care of their surroundings by keeping them neat and clean, he said that most of the diseases were caused by the unhygienic surroundings.
Munish Sharma also highlighted the four years of BJP led Narendra Modi Government which has set India on a transformational path of development and growth that has benefitted 22 crore families in through its welfare schemes and proper governance. In the last four years, sanitation coverage in the country rose from 38% in 2014 to 83% in 2018 with over 7.25 crores toilets being built. As many as 3.6 lakh villages were declared open defecation free, he added.
He said also schemes like Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana, Mudra Loans, Skill India, Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana, Krishi Sinchai Yojana, Sukanya Samridhi Yojana, etc. have benefitted common people, farmers, youth as a whole, beyond caste and creed and region.
Vice Chairman further said the residents of the colony that Resham Ghar is leading in developmental activities like Swachhta Abhiyaan, planting trees etc. by the active participation of local people. Residents of the area said that Vice Chairman is taking keen interest in the developmental work of the area and they promised full cooperation to him.
Sharma assured the people that they would get full support in the developmental works of the area by improving the basic necessities of the people.