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Jugal, PHE Minister address public at Suchetgarh

Bharatiya Janata Party MP (Lok Sabha) Jugal Kishore Sharma, alongwith PHE Minister Sham Choudhary inaugurated a bridge at village Chak Hansa in presence of senior officials of the administration it has been constructed at the cost of 1.25 lakh. They also visited Choga, Flora, Badyal Kazia and Chakroi villages.
Later, Jugal Kishore Sharma, while addressing the gathering at Baspur Bangla, said that during the past two years, the nation has witnessed massive development and record number of welfare schemes stood launched by the BJP led NDA government under the stewardship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said that the people had been yearning for a change and they brought in BJP at the Centre as well as in maximum states, including Jammu & Kashmir. He said that providing battle rail and road connectivity, means of communication, modern facilities of health care and ensuring social and economic upliftment of women, farmers and youth has been the hallmark of this government. He said that gone are the days when corruption prevailed at all levels but now it has been totally rooted out, which is itself a testimony of the fact that Modi government do not tolerate corruption.
PHE Minister Sham Choudhary said that the rural areas have been getting extra attention in the programmes and policies of Narendra Modi led government and the same is clear from the fact that PM Fasal Bima Yojana has been launched besides keeping large percentage of vacancies in IRP for border youth. He said that the state government is also working towards the progress and prosperity in the villages and various projects have been in the pipe line to ensure that the farmers do not suffer due to lack of irrigation water, electricity and other basic amenities.
BJP State General Secretary Narinder Singh said that the BJP cadre has to gear up their activities and reach the masses to educate them about various welfare schemes launched exclusively for farmers and border people. He said that direct interaction with the people can bridge the gap of communication and present the real picture of the good governance.
State Secretary & Distt. Prabhari Vikram Randhawa, State Spokesperson Brig. Anil Gupta, Distt. President Brijeshwar Rana, Ex-Distt. President Sat Pal Pappi, Mandal Presidents and District office bearers attended the public rally.