BJP senior leader and MLC Vibodh Gupta accompanied by senior party leaders and officers of various departments today visited various areas of Rajouri town and took stock of the ongoing developmental works. On this occasion Vibodh also addressed gatherings of locals in these areas. In his address Vibodh mentioned that at present developmental works worth 150 crores are being implemented in Rajouri. Such a fast pace of developmental works in Rajouri shows the seriousness with the state and central Government is giving to the beautification and overall development of Rajouri. He said that at present work is simultaneously going on the bridges, new road stretches and for developing parking slots at various prominent locations in Rajouri. Once completed all these works will make Rajouri a model town of our state as these are being implemented under a special master plan. On this occasion, Vibodh also sought the cooperation of locals in the proper implementation of these developmental projects and called upon every citizen to become an equal partner in this massive developmental drive. While reacting to the past neglect of the earlier Governments, Vibodh said that during the past earlier Governments have always neglected the Pir Panjal region in general and Rajouri Town in particular. He also thanked Hon’ble Chief Minister Ms. Mehbooba Mufti for her keen interest in the development of Rajouri town and for her specific directions for completion of various works within a set time frame. Appreciating the peace-loving people of Pir Panjal Vibodh said that peace is a prerequisite for implementing such a massive developmental drive in the area. He also called upon the youth in Kashmir to focus on their studies and be part of the Hon’ble PM’s mission in making J&K most developed state of our country.
Senior party leader and BJP district president Mr. Dinesh Sharma also addressed the gathering and expressed his party’s resolve to restore the historic glory of the Rajouri. He stressed on the fact that Rajouri is a historic town and all historic places in the area specially the historic buildings need to be developed and promoted at key tourism sites of the state. This he said will open up massive employment opportunities for the educated unemployed youth. Prominent among others who were present on the occasion included Atam Gupta, Abdul Hussain, Daljeet Singh, Vikram Singh, Mohd. Sharief, Javeed Ahmed, Kousahl Kumar, Mohd. Shafi, Jasbir Singh, Raja Rattan, Dinesh Tara, Kewal Kumar, Balbir Kumar, Hemakant and Garu Ram.