Punjab govt standing rock strong with farmers: Kamaljeet Singh Kanwal
Ludhiana: MC Councillor Mamta Ashu today stated that the Capt Amarinder Singh led Punjab authorities is dedicated for finishing up general improvement of the state and that’s the reason, it’s focussing on offering finest civic facilities to its residents. She stated that grants value crores have been allotted to every constituency so that each one pending as week as new works are accomplished on precedence foundation.
She stated this whereas laying the foundation stone of improvement tasks value Rs 1.30 crore in ward quantity 44 of town. She additionally inaugurated another improvement tasks close to Gurudwara Sukhmani Sahib, HIG flats and MIG flats in Dugri space. She was additionally accompanied by space councillor Harkaran Singh Vaid, Senior Congress chief Kamaljit Singh Karwal, moreover a number of others.
While talking to media individuals on the event, Harkaran Singh Vaid stated that he’s absolutely dedicated to develop ward quantity 44 of Ludhiana as a mannequin ward. He stated that improvement is being carried out on this ward as per the instructions of Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh and Punjab Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs Minister Bharat Bhushan Ashu. He stated that each one civic facilities are being offered to the residents of this ward on precedence foundation.
Kamaljit Singh Karwal stated that the Punjab authorities has at all times believed in carrying the general improvement of the state. While taking an intention on the Union authorities, Karwal stated that the Narendra Modi authorities is behaving in a dictatorial method and never caring concerning the farmers. He stated that the farmers aren’t solely protesting in opposition to the farm legal guidelines, however for safeguarding the livelihood of all of us as a result of each particular person is linked both straight or not directly with the agriculture occupation. He assured that the Capt Amarinder Singh led Punjab authorities is standing rock strong with the farmers.