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Rajni Bala starts development work at Arjan Nagar
8/7/2020 12:10:17 AM

Early Times Report

JAMMU, Aug 6: Continuing the spree of development, Rajni Bala, Corporator Ward 60 started RCC Slab work over Basant Nagar Nallah at Arjan Nagar here today.
Accompanied by UEED Department officials, locals and people hailing from all walks of life, Rajni Balal started developmental work in presence of prominent people of the area.
Speaking on the occasion, Rajni Bala said that it is her prime duty to strive an infrastructure for the public of Ward No 60 so that facilities could be provided to them at their door steps. She asserted that she will fulfill all the demands of the masses of the Ward and will work round the clock for the betterment of the society as well. She assured that every possible initiative which could help in making their lives comfortable will be taken up on priority so that the basic demands of the public could be met.
Rajni Bala said that other areas of Ward 60 are also kept on priority and wherever necessary, the development works are taken up on war footing basis so that people do not face any problem regarding infrastructure in their areas. She stated that Ward 60 is moving towards achieving the status of a Model Ward, adding that more projects are in the pipeline and will be executed in a time bound manner. Rajni Bala assured the people of the area that all their genuine demands would be looked into on priority and assured that she will be forwarded to the concerned authorities for early approvals and execution of the works. The residents of both the wards also thanked Corporator for completing their long pending demand.
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