STATE TIMES NEWSHIRANAGAR: District Development Council (DDC) Kathua Chairman, Col. Mahan Singh on Tuesday visited border villages of Hiranagar and took stock of the problems being faced by the people due to flash floods in these areas.During his interaction with the people in these border villages the DDC Chairman was apprised of the issues and problems in their respective areas by the villagers due to flash floods. They highlighted the issues of dilapidated roads and erratic power supply besides other issues.Col Mahan Singh listened quite patiently to the grievances of the people and assured them of getting their problems addressed at the earliest by taking up the issues with the concerned department and officials.Asserting that BJP stands committed to overall development of every area especially the remote and border areas, he said that he will continue to work for the people’s welfare 24X7 and ensure that the life of common man is made most comfortable in every nook and corner of these border villages.Meanwhile, the DDC Chairman also conducted a meeting of the BJP workers and listened to their issues and problems. While assuring them of early resolution of issues, Col Mahan Singh asked them to fan out in all directions in the border belt and make people aware about the pro-people policies of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and strengthen the party base at the grass root level. The party workers assured the DDC Chairman that they would leave no stone unturned in strengthening the party by working 24X7 among the people at the grass root level. BJP District President Kathua, Gopal Mahajan and Former MLA Hiranagar Kuldeep Raj were also accompanying the DDC Chairman during his tour of the border villages.
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