Massive rallies organised in Reasi and Arnas
Reasi, June 8
Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh said that very soon state will get uninterrupted power supply. Referring to one crore funds allocated to each constituency of the state under Power sector, Dr. Singh said with these spending existing system would get new impetus. He said several plans and proposals for receiving stations at Panasa, Surjandhar and Chasana are under process to augment overall power network in these areas. He also said tenders under Deen Dayal Upadhya Gram Jyoti Yojana have been floated and very soon vigorous progress under the scheme would be made visible on the ground. On the electrification of areas lacking power supply, Deputy Chief Minister said that several households have been covered in rural areas while several innovative steps are being taken to improve power infra focussing on quality aspect. In this regard, the Dy CM urged the local people to cooperate with the government to streamline the power distribution system and help in curbing thefts and power losses. He said that the governments before 2014 were working on the principle of “Jo Hamare Sath, Uska Vikas” but now the under the present dispensation with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the helm of affairs new principle of “Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas” has been put into place. He said that the target and policies of the present Government are crystal clear and it is working for the equalized development of all the regions without any prejudice. He was speaking while addressing the massive gatherings at Arnas and Reasi along with MLA Ajay Nanda, MLC Ch. Vikram Randhawa, State Secretary and Prabhari Rajinder Sharma, State Secretary Sanjay Baru, State Working Committee Member Pardeep Singh and District President Kuldeep Raj Dubey addressed massive public rallies at Arnas and Reasi in connection with the celebrations of three years of first corruption free Central Government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He also asked the Administration present on the spot to address and clear all the pending issues of the local population. He said that around 91 schemes of direct public benefit have been launched and asked all to work for their awareness and implementation with the active involvement of the Party leaders and the administration. MLC Vikram Randhawa also spoke on the occasion and assured the people full support in resolving their problems. He also highlighted schemes and programmes of the government like Soil Health Card scheme, Fasal Bima Yojana, Bhim App, Atal Pension Yojana etc.