Benefits of central sponsored schemes reaching upto Panchayat level: Gurdeep Saini
Sarpanch Gandli starts laying of water pipeline under JJM
RS PURA, Jan 23: General Secretary of All Jammu and Kashmir Panchayat Conference and Sarpanch of Gandli Panchayat, Block RS Pura, Gurdeep Singh Saini today started the work of laying pipeline under the second phase, aiming to provide clean drinking water to every household under the central government’s prestigious scheme ‘Jal Jeevan Mission’.
This development work will be completed with an estimated cost of Rs 60 lakhs. Notably, the work of tube well worth Rs 3 crore has been completed in the area. On the occasion, Naib Sarpanch Pyare Lal, Panch Pawan Singh, Panch Satya Devi and other representatives of Panchayat were present.
Speaking on the occasion, the Sarpanch Gurdeep Saini said that the people of the Panchayat had demanded that they should also get the benefit of Jal Shakti Mission scheme launched by the Central Government due to which he raised the demand of people of the Panchayat before the concerned authorities and started the tubewell work in the panchayat at a cost of Rs 3 crore.
The Sarpanch said that under the first phase, the work of installing tube wells has been completed and under the second phase, the work of laying pipeline has started at a cost of about Rs 60 lakh so that people of the area can get clean drinking water.
The Sarpanch said that it has always been his right effort that the people of the Panchayat should be given the benefits of all the schemes started by the government. He said that even before this, many projects have been started in the Panchayat under government schemes and it will be his endeavor that in the coming days also many projects have been started. He thanked the Modi government at the Center and said that the benefits of the schemes are being extended to the people up to the Panchayat level.
During this, he demanded from the government that the tenure of the Sarpanch and Panchs should be extended so that the stalled development works in the Panchayats could be completed soon.
Among others who were present include Chairman Darshan Singh, Harjinder Singh, former Chairman Amar Singh Charak, Somnath and officers of Jal Shakti Department were present.