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Sat provides funds for development works at Ward 18
11/19/2018 10:20:54 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 19: Continuing his mission of delivering services related to basic amenities at door steps of masses, Former Minister and MLA Jammu West Sat Sharma (CA) provided an amount of Rupees 9.70 lakhs through his CDF (Constituency Development Fund) scheme to residents of Sarwal, Ward 18.
He handed over the CDF letter to the residents of the area in a public interaction program in the presence of BJP Corporator Dinesh Gupta, local residents and political activists of the area. Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma said that in these last three and a half years projects worth more than Rupees 400 crores have been executed or some are in progress in Jammu West Assembly segment and it is the dedication of our public and local leaders who have always remained the eyes and ears of their representative.
He said that work for these lanes for which the CDF has been given were pending for a period of time and due to heavy rains earlier and after the completion of ERA works in the area, the condition of the lanes was in a very bad position and needed urgent repairs. Sat Sharma assured the masses of Jammu West that under his tenure no lane and drain in the Constituency will be left behind as public has the right to get basic infra at their doorsteps.
He also stated that there is no ward left behind in terms of development and major amounts have been spent in all 26 wards of the Assembly segment which has shown that development is running in all spheres of Jammu West. The Locals of the area expressed their gratitude to the MLA. District President BJP Jammu West Ayodhya Gupta, State Secretary BJP Praduman Singh, Ashok Gandhi, Narinder Gupta, Sangeeta Gupta, Krishan Sarmal, Baldev, Som Chadha , Vikka and several others were also present.
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