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No dearth of funds to transform Jammu into a ‘Model City’: Kavinder 

Kickstarts development work worth Rs 11 crore at Ward 47

JAMMU, March 16: Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader and former Deputy Chief Minister, Kavinder Gupta has asserted that there is no dearth of funds in transforming Jammu into a Model City and Administration is seriously engaged in this endeavour. He said that the goal can be achieved successfully with the people’s proactive participation.
Kavinder Gupta stated this while addressing a gathering during a programme where he along with senior BJP leaders commenced the development work of a Nallah with an estimated cost of Rs. 11 crore here at Rajiv Nagar. Baldev Billawaria, Deputy Mayor Jammu, Sharda Kumari, Corporator Ward 47, Vikram Randhawa, Ex MLC, Vinay Gupta, Rajeev Charak, Narinder Koki, Suraj Rana, Vivek Patyal, Ashok Kumar, Dr Devender, Ch Haroon, Amit Gupta and Raman Sharma were also present.
While addressing the gathering, Kavinder Gupta said Jammu City is moving fast on the path of development which is evident from the developmental works going on across the City of Temples at an unprecedented scale and pace. He said that the J&K Administration led by the Lt Governor led Administration in consonance with the Government at the Centre is fully determined to transform Jammu into a model city so that others emulate this model. He said that there is no dearth of funds for accomplishment of this project at the earliest. He said that the government is working relentlessly to create state of art modern facilities infrastructure for the people in every nook and corner across Jammu City.
The former Deputy Chief Minister asserted that while the Government is making every endeavour in transformation of Jammu City, it cannot be accomplished successfully without the proactive participation of the people. He asked the people of Ward No: 47 to come forward to play a vital role in making Jammu a model city through their effective and result oriented participation and set an example for the people living in other Wards of the City of Temples.