Youth Congress demands development plan for Sunjwan & Bathindi area

Youth Congress demands development plan for Sunjwan & Bathindi area

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Newspoint Bureau

Jammu Tawi, January 7

Criticizing the state government for not paying heed towards the development of Sunjwan and Bathindi area, Youth Congress warned the state government to immediate take initiative for the development of the areas otherwise they will start intensify agitation.

In a meeting was held under the chairmanship of Mohammed Rafi Malik, Youth Congress leaders alleged, “due to pathetic condition of these areas, locals are suffering badly but no action has been taken by government despite repeated alarm”.

Youth Congress demanded that the government should make a proper plan for the development of Sunjwan and Bathindi so that the locality of these areas got basic need including road, water and electricity properly.

Others who were present during the occasion including Mohammed Iqbal Malik, Bahar Din Bali, Layaqat Malik, Arvind Soni, Ajaz, Anees Ahmed, Attar Hussain and others.

 

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