PM Modi is committed to the ideals of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas: Sham Lal Sharma


Sham Lal  Sharma holds public redressal  darbar at BJP headquarters


JAMMU: Former minister and BJP Vice President Sham Lal Sharma held public darbar at BJP headquarters Trikuta Nagar Jammu, along with State Secretary BJP Vikas Choudhary and State Convenor Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Dil Bahadur Singh and said the exercise is aimed to know the problems of the people and addressing them accordingly.

Sham Lal Sharma also had interaction with the people visiting the public darbar and said that the BJP is committed towards mitigating the problems of the people and whatever is brought into the notice of the party leaders is looked into very minutely and every effort is made to ensure that immediate relief is delivered to the suffering ones.

Sharma emphasized that the top priority of Modi government is to ensure that basic facilities and services are delivered to the public in an efficient and timely manner. He assured the attendees that their voices had been heard, and their concerns would not go unnoticed.

“The government under  Prime Minister  Narendra Modi is committed to the ideals of “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas, Sabka Prayaas” to build an Aatmanirbhar Bharat and the same is clear by the programmes and policies of this government, which has taken care of all  in its decisions to take the nation on the path of progress and prosperity, he said.

Taking a dig at the regional political parties, particularly the NC, he said that they exploited various sections for decades together for vote bank politics and did nothing in practical for their welfare and now being out of power, its leaders are shedding crocodile tears and playing drama to project them as their messiah but wont succeed in their designs.

Vikas Choudhary said that the rush of people visiting the BJP office daily is going up, which indicates that the public has realized that it is the only party that has pain and concern for their welfare and dignified living.

Dil Bahadur Singh Jamwal diarized the proceedings of the day long public darbar and said that the party leaders listened to the grievances of more than one hundred people and every one of them was given a patient hearing.

During this public darbar, a large number of people hailing from Ramban, Doda, Kalakot, Greater Kailash, Ram Vihar, Trikuta Nagar, Gandhi Nagar, Domana, Billawar, Talab Tillo, Mahanpur, Dilly and other areas of the UT had reached the party office.

Their grievances were related to outsourcing of employment in Ramban Railway Station, installation of crates in Raipur Khad at Domana, construction of water tank and sanction of electric poles and wires at Kawansoul Neel in Ramsoo Tehsil, transport facility at Sunderbani, upgadation of lane and drain at Ram Vihar, Janipur, desilting of pond at Machialian Nagbani, construction of road at Mahanpur etc.

 had reached the party office in deputations and as individuals with their day-to- day problems and sought the help of the BJP leaders in mitigating the same.

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