Jasrotia inaugurates widening of Rs 6.75 cr link road at Janglote - watsupptoday.com
Jasrotia inaugurates widening of Rs 6.75 cr link road at Janglote
Posted 01 Jun 2017 12:14 PM

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MLA Kathua Rajiv Jasrotia has said an effective monitoring mechanism has been put in place to enforce accountability and transparency in the implementation of the developmental schemes adding that need for public involvement in the developmental activities is vital and without their cooperation targeted concrete results on ground could not be achieved.
This was stated by the MLA after inaugurating widening of link road Janglote at cost of Rs 6.75 crore in the presence of Sarpanch Babloo, Sarpanch Vijay Singh, Sarpanch Omprakash, Vidya Sagar, Kulwant Singh, Sonu, Vishav, Sandeep besides other workers of BJP.
Speaking on the occasion, MLA said development of every sections of the society is the priority of coalition Government adding that numbers of development works are being executed in the PHE, PDD, R&B, and healthcare and education sectors in the State for facilitating the people. Responding to the people’s demands, the MLA assured the people that all their demands related to safe drinking water, installation of poles, regular power supply in metered areas and upgradation of transformer, blacktopping of roads would be addressed in a time bound manner.
MLA said that the Government was making all out efforts to provide better infrastructure and amenities to the people. He called upon the people to extend their cooperation and keep a watch on the implementation of schemes for better results on the ground. He said that the coalition Government was committed to provide all basic amenities to the people of the State at their doorsteps, adding that various development projects have been initiated in the State to facilitate the public.
MLA said that the main focus of the Government is to develop every corner of the State with modern lines, for which liberal funding has been provided by the Central Government to the State Government. Later, the people of the areas apprised the MLA about their grievances and demands which mainly include un-interrupted power supply, upgradation of lanes and drains in left out localities, provision of safe drinking water, benefits under various State and centre sponsored schemes like BPL, Pension Schemes, Widow pension Scheme, etc.

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