Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control Sham Lal Chaudhary convened a joint meeting with the officers and officials from all departments to take a review of the situation in Jammu province post heavy rainfall in recent days. The Minister took detailed account of the total damages occurred in each district to public and private infrastructure. He asked the officials to ensure immediate necessary action for damage control especially near the banks of river Tawi, Chenab and various nallahs in the region. The Minister also gave strict directions to the PHE department to ensure that every filtration plant which suffers damage due to rainfall is restored on priority basis. Following the reports of heavy rainfall expected in Jammu region this season, the Minister said that we have to strengthen our preventive and precautionary measures so that this season takes as less a toll on the people as possible. He directed the officials to optimally utilize State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF) to take up as much disaster relief works as possible. Responding to the queries by the MLAs regarding some pending projects in their respective areas, the Minister directed the officers to keep a strict follow up on the projects with regular monitoring for early completion. The MLAs brought forth the problems and issues from their constituencies to the notice of the concerned officers. They communicated in detail the points of concerns in their respective areas that need immediate attention before the next heavy rainfall to minimize the extent of damage to life and property. They also reiterated the need of strengthening the communication channels between the Government officials and elected representatives to ensure that no area, no person is deprived of the essential services and amenities. Present in the meeting were MLA Jammu West Sat Paul Sharma, MLA Bani Jewan Lal, MLA Kathua Rajiv Jasrotia, MLA Hira Nagar Kuldeep Raj, MLA Samba Devinder Kumar Manyal, MLA Akhnoor Rajeev Sharma, MLA Ranbir Singh Pura Dr. Gagan Bhagat, Chief Engineers from Irrigation, Flood Control, PHE and RTIC, and other senior officers. Later, the Minister visited Biaspur Parlah area and took a survey of the damage incurred by flooding of Grore Nallah. He met the locals and assured all necessary action will be taken to contain such flooding as best as possible. He directed the concerned officers to build a protection wall along the nallah to contain the water flow. He asked the flood control department to build the crate wall and do the needful to expedite the matter.
Sh. Rajesh Gupta inaugurated a new restaurant under the name and style of Mom’s Kitchen at B.C. Road
Jammu East MLA & party chief whip Sh. Rajesh Gupta inaugurated a new restaurant under the name and style of Mom’s Kitchen at B.C. Road opposite St.Peter School. Properitor of the restaurant Sahil Gupta thanked the MLA and recalled the assistance and help rendered by him last year when his shop was gutted in a […]
MLC Joined the Locals of Far off Village Chambal Gala in Kalakote for Listening Mann Ki Baat. BJP senior leader and MLC Vibodh Gupta visited remotest village of Rajouri Chambal Gala at Mathyani in Kalakote. There he took stock of the people of the area who are lacking the basic facilities like road and electricity.On […]
Minister for Health and Medical Education Bali Bhagat held a public interaction session at Bharatiya Janata Party office at Kachi Chawni, Jammu and gave a patient hearing to their grievances, difficulties and suggestions. More than 200 people from different areas in and around Jammu interacted with the Minister. A large number of women also interacted […]