STATE TIMES NEWSRAMBAN: Former MLA Ramban, Neelam Langeh has expressed profound gratitude to the Member Parliament, Dr Jitendra Singh for establishing a Dialysis Ward in the District Hospital Ramban.In a statement issued to media here today, Neelam Langeh while thanking Dr Jitendra Singh asserted that undoubtedly the Healthcare infrastructure has been strengthened at an unprecedented level under Modi led Union Government.He said that Ramban is a perfect example of this where earlier the people had to go to Government Medical College and Hospital Jammu even for dialysis purpose and now this facility is available at the door steps to the people of this area.Former MLA Ramban said that the availability of this most significant facility for the diabetic patients of the area has been possible only due to personal intervention and efforts of Dr Jitendra Singh for which he deserves full appreciation.Langeh said Bharatiya Janata Party stands fully committed to the overall development across the nation especially in the remote and far flung areas and it is a result of this commitment that massive development has been witnessed under the BJP regime.He said that BJP is specially committed to provide basic amenities to the people of Jammu and Kashmir that has been marred by underdevelopment during over three decades of terrorism in the region.He assured that all the pending issues pertaining to the basic amenities to the people of Ramban shall be resolved at the earliest under the present regime at the Centre with full support of the UT administration.Meanwhile, Langeh also condoled the tragic deaths of four members of a Jammu based family in yesterday’s accident at Ramban.He expressed sympathy with the kin of those killed, praying for peace to the departed souls and courage to the family members to bear this huge and irreparable loss.
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