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BJP failed to address issues of Jammu city, general public: Cong Councilors
7/11/2020 11:52:42 PM

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JAMMU, July 11: Raising question mark over the functioning of the BJP led Jammu Municipal Corporation, the Congress Councilors of the JMC said that it has failed to come upto the expectations of the general public of the Municipal limits. Addressing a joint press conference here today, all Congress Councilors raised several questions regarding the functioning of the corporation. The councilors questioned that why the sanitization process has been stopped, when the COVID-19 cases are on rise. However, they questioned the earlier material supplied by the corporation and asked whether bleaching powder is effective in the sanitization in the COVID-19, since the corporation used bleaching powder for the sanitization job, they also demanded that the corporation should disclose the total amount spent on the various components of the sanitization so far and carry forward the process by use of effective material in view of the growing effect of COVID-19. However, they also claimed that in most cases they purchased their own Sodium Hypochlorite out of their own pocket. They said that street lights as per required numbers have not been provided and installed in the wards from last one and half years and the process for the same was to be carried by EESL with whom the MOU was signed but same has been further sublet to local agencies, as a result almost 20% of street lights installed so far has turned out to be defunct in less than 2 months. We seek quality work and no compromise on the quality of material, so that people don’t suffer in the long run, the Congress councilors demanded. Congress has opposed the move of JMC to impose 1% additional tax in the shape of stamp duty on the transfer of any property within the limits of JMC and termed it as an additional burden on the common man. Raised the issue of proposed move of the BJP led JMC and termed it as against the interest of common man. The chief whip of the Congress councilors Dwarka choudhary briefed the press and media along with councilors namely Kamal Singh, Rajni Bala, Bhanu Mahajan, Rajinder Singh Jamwal, Gourav Chopra, Inderjeet Randhawa, Sobat Ali, Mohi-ud-din Choudhary, Ritu Choudhary, Charanjeet Kour Shingari, Pritam Singh, Rama and Rachpal Bhardwaj.
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