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India will win corona battle under Modi’s decisive leadership: Kavinder

JAMMU: Former Deputy Chief Minister, Kavinder Gupta has said that Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has emerged unchallenged leader across the world from the day he made a clarion call to all nations to unite against COVID-19.

"It is India under the decisive leadership of Modi which is confronting with Corona's brunt effectively when the might, money power and muscle power of the wealthiest nations in world have failed to tame the deadly virus," Kavinder said while starting construction work of Ward office in Shastri Nagar Jammu in presence of Jai Deep, corporator Ward 22.

The former Deputy Chief Minister said that the way PM Modi is leading the Corona battle it is matter of days that India will emerge as Vishwa Vijeta in eliminating the lethal virus from its soil.

He also applauded the universal approach of PM Modi by which he has inclusively roped in all the sections of people irrespective of their financial standing, political affiliations and religious background in fight against corona virus which will soon form the basis for success of this endeavour as people of all hues and sections have joined hands to kill the ruthless virus.

Kavinder informed that the construction work of Ward office shall be carried out at an estimated cost of Rs 6 lakh.

He further assured support to the Corporator in carrying out developmental works and told him that the BJP will leave no stone unturned in developmental aspect of Jammu. He also appealed to the people of Ward 22 to follow all COVID-19 guidelines issued by the Government while moving out from their houses for their daily routine works.

Corporator, Jai Deep stated that development is the core agenda of BJP and timely whole State will witness the same when each and every work will reach the ground level which was ignored by previous government of the State.

Mandal vice president, KL Sharma; Vinod Abrol, Kewal Chowdhary, Om Pal, Ashok Sahney, JMC AEE, Ashok Sharma; Parminder Singh, Puran Chand, Satish Bakshi, Rajinder, Bhupinder Singh accompanied the former Dy CM.



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