As a part of his mass contact programme Mr. R S Pathania MLA Ramnagar conducted ‘Janta Darbars’ at villages Dehari, Ladana and Bari where he reiterated his focus on development as well as giving multi dimensional fillip to the neglected and under develop areas of the Ramnagar assembly segment. He exhorted upon administration/ Government officials to adopt public friendly/ Proactive approach and try to give maximum benefits to the people with the best of their efforts and endeavour.
MLA Ramnagar delineated his focus on providing proper voltage electricity, clean drinking water, metalled road connectivity, educational, recreational facilities, better human healthcare and veterinary healthcare facilities. He also emphasized on employment generation through various schemes and programmes of the government.
MLA Ramnagar promised to convene a Rozgar mela in liaison with all line departments with a view to creating awareness among the rural masses about the employment avenues. He announced a new style passenger shed at Bainsta and Plassa also he announced start of work on Multi-Crore water supply schemes at Dehari and Kela. He announced fresh transformers at Dhara and Kalothi; a foot bridge at Jalera connecting Ladana and Satyan villages, he also announced a new ration depot at Pangyal.
On the occasion MLA Ramnagar also announced tractor road at Narsingh Mandir, Dehari besides he announced three handpumps at Dehari, Mobile School, Community toilet at Ladana/Bari, about forty cattle shed and many culverts and bridle paths.
While visualising a wishful target, he said that the last man in the last row should get the feel of governance. Whereas representatives of different sorts, Senior officers and other district/Block heads of education department, Rural Development, Power Development Department (PDD), Public heath Engineering (PHE), PMGSY, Social Welfare, ICDS, Health, Industries Deptt and other departments were also present.
Other who spoke on the occasion included Satiarth Pati Sharma, Sudesh Singh Chauhan, Jagmohan, Raj Kumar, Bikram Singh, Capt. Tulsidas, (all sarpanches), Rajinder Kumar Sham Lal Mandal Pradhan, Sachin Gupta, Shounku, Khan Mohd, Omi Puria and Others.