JAMMU, May 26: The unprecedented development in Udhampur-Doda-Kathua during five years term of Dr. Jitendra Singh as an MP has been fully endorsed by the voters of the constituency, which was invisible to the Congress and its candidate.
This was claimed by BJP State Spokesperson, Balbir Ram Rattan, who was the Media Incharge for the constituency during election campaigning.
In a statement here today Rattan said that second time BJP candidate, Union MoS, Dr. Jitendra Singh, went to the public with his achievements of five years, which included mega developmental projects and large number of welfare schemes meant for weaker sections of the society.
“Whatever Dr. Jitendra Singh claimed during his election campaign was visible on ground and the Congress candidate did not have anything as achievement despite the fact that the constituency was represented by his party for decades together,” Rattan maintained.
He also said that BJP-led NDA Government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched over 60 welfare schemes for the socio-economic upliftment of the poor, irrespective of their caste, creed or region and almost every such scheme reached to the doorsteps of the deserving people in every nook and corner of Udhampur Lok Sabha segment by untiring efforts of Dr. Jitendra Singh.
“As far developmental projects, be it road connectivity, construction of bridges, establishment of Medical, Engineering & Degree Colleges, War Memorial, recreation park, introduction of direct trains between pilgrim destinations, new community halls, providing school buses, opening up of Passport or Post Offices etc are just tip of the iceberg, which prove that Dr. Singh was the first MP from the area, whose priority had always been to deliver in practical,” the BJP leader further said.