Mayor reviews various development works of city

JAMMU: Continuing the drive to provide better development and basic facilities to the people of Jammu city, Mayor Jammu Municipal Corporation Chander Mohan Gupta today conducted an intensive tour of Ward no. 24, 28 and 29.

He was accopmanied by Surinder Choudhary and Anu Bali, Councilors of ward no.29 and 24 respectively and reviewed the development works of deep nallah flowing between ward no.24,28 and 29 at Rajpura near Shanta School & has been constructed at the estimate cost of Rs 2.75 crore by UEED department as this was the long pending demands of the residents of localities of above wards since 70 years and dirty water enters in the Houses of the residents residing near the nallah during rainy season.

Atul Bakshi Mandal Youth President BJP, Suresh Gupta, Naveen Bali, Makhan lal, Vinay kumar, Rita Devi, Karan Sharma, Rama Sharma & other prominent residents of the area were also present during the tour alongwith O.P Thakur, Junior Engineer, Khajuria concerned AEE UEED and other field staff of JMC.

Residents also putforth other demands before the Mayor regarding completing of left over portion of nallah, proper disilting of drains and better sanitation in their mohalla on routine basis, lifting of stray dogs/animals.

Mayor assured that all their demands be fulfilled within shortest period of time. All the people present there also thanked the Mayor for installing LED street lights in their wards. Due to which all the localities of said wards have been illuminated which will also help in curving any type of untoward incidents from the anti social elements and they have now feel secure in their localities due to this bold steps taken by Jammu municipal Corporation in favour of citizens.

Mayor also appealed to the general public to come forward & cooperate in development activities taken by JMC, plant more and more saplings around their locality, avoid using single used plastics, polythene in their routine work, donot throw filth , garbage Mulba etc in the public drains, lane and nallahas and adopt the habit of segregate dry and wet garbage at their homes so that Jammu can be made really a Smart city. 

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