KVM deputation takes up development related issues with MLA

A deputation of Kathua Vikas Manch (KVM) Kathua led by Prof. Ram Murti Sharma President of the Manch called on Rajiv Jasrotia MLA Kathua at his public relation office submitted a reminder of development related issues already taken up with him.
While seeking his attention towards various projects, the members of the manch demanded the Continuity of already undertaken establishment work of Inter State Bus Stand at Kathua, Establishment of MCCH Hospital Kathua for which DPR’s are under process and NOC has been issued for transfer of land of Government Girls Higher Secondary School and Govt. Middle School Kathua ‘A’ to Mahatma Gandhi Child and Maternity Hospital Kathua and Construction of two additional bridges for connecting two Wands/Parts of the Kathua city one at Dream Park & the other near Maha Kaleshwar Temple Krishna Colony.
They also reiterated the demand of proper planning and execution of proposed Master Plan project for Kathua, Provision of Toilet blocks and parking zones near Shaheedi Chowk and other identified sites within MC Kathua and construction of Passenger Shed near Distt Hospital Kathua on National Highway.
MLA Rajiv Jasrotia gave a patient hearing to the deputation and assured early redressel of the projected demands.
He apprised the deputation that the establishment work of ISBT, Govt. Medical College, Govt Engineering College, District Offices Complex, Construction of toilets blocks, additional Bridges over Kathua Khaad and Provisional of additional Street lights will be started soon. Army conducts Qaumi Ekta meet
Newspoint Bureau
Udhampur, October 20
The Rashtriya Rifles Battalion at Talwara conducted `Qaumi Ekta’ meets at Shikari, Hansawali Gali, Barakh, Chaladh and Kunalagala in a bid to foster and reinforce brotherhood, harmony and National Integration. The aim of the meet was strengthening bonds between people of all communities, issues of women and youth empowerment, education of children and development of remote area. The participants included elders from the villages in the region, officials from the local administration and Army. The participants discussed various measures to be initiated for promoting education and empowerment of the youth and women in the region. The Army emphasized on `Communal Harmony’ being the bedrock of a harmonious and progressive society. Highlighting the role of all people of the society especially the women, youth and elders, Army officials said that cohesion between the Army and the local population has been responsible in creating an atmosphere of safety and security in the region. The local populace of Dharmari said that such meets give an opportunity to the people to reaffirm the trust and faith on the Army for creating a positive atmosphere in the region by ensuring the positive engagement of youth and taking the region to a path of peace and prosperity.

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