Kavinder starts developmental works in Ward No. 45

Senior BJP leader, Kavinder Gupta after launching the developmental works in Ward No. 45 in Jammu on Tuesday

JAMMU: Former Deputy Chief Minister and senior BJP leader, Kavinder Gupta today said that massive developmental and beautification works were being undertaken in Gandhi Nagar constituency for the benefit of people.
Gupta said this while addressing a gathering after inaugurating several lanes and drains works in Ward No. 45, Digiana in Gandhi Nagar constituency. The works for these lanes and drains were undertaken by the Jammu Municipal Corporation at an estimated cost of Rs 12 lakh. Kavinder said that these works will benefit a large number of people, adding that by completion of these public importance works, long pending demand of the people would be fulfilled. He said that a massive programme for beautification of Gandhi Nagar Constituency had also been launched under which various parks and gardens were being revitalized in the area for the people, besides several other projects were also being executed which were in various stages of development.
Accompanied by MLC Vikram Randhawa, Councillor Raj Rani, Vinay Gupta, Sat Pal Choudhary, Paramjit Singh Raina, Ritika Dhiman, Parajit Singh and prominent persons of the area, Gupta directed the concerned authorities to complete it within stipulated time frame so that the local people could be benefitted.
Gupta said that the work for up-gradation of road from Police Chowki to Preet Nagar and Baba Balak Nath Chowk to Rani Talab Ashram had already been sanctioned and soon it would be taken up for execution. Gupta also interacted with local people and took note of their problems and demands. Demands included supply of adequate drinking water, cleanliness of Nallahs, blacktopping on inner roads, construction of lanes and drains and proper sewerage system. Gupta gave on the spot directions to the concerned authorities of PHE department to take necessary steps for providing adequate supply of clean drinking water to the people of the area. He also directed the concerned JMC authorities to start special cleanliness drive to remove the garbage from the nallah and other areas. A team of senior officers of concerned departments, senior political leaders and prominent citizens also accompanied Gupta during his visit.