Faridabad: Former MLA met Union Minister regarding the problems of NIT area
Faridabad, June 18 (H.S.). Regarding the water, roads and other problems prevailing in the NIT assembly constituency, former MLA and senior BJP leader Nagendra Bhadana met Union Minister of State Krishnapal Gurjar on Saturday at his Sector-28 office and gave him detailed information about the problems of the area. Gave.
Former MLA Nagendra Bhadana told the Union Minister that there is a shortage of drinking water in the area, people are facing problems due to non-supply of adequate water, while he asked the Minister Shri Gurjar to move from Hardware Chowk to Baba Deep Singh Chowk (cup). Chowk) also demanded completion of the incomplete line of road leading to RMC at the earliest. Apart from this, along with Panchmukhi Hanuman temple located on Dabua-Pali road, community center and work on Dabua-Pali road were also asked to start. Simultaneously, installation of electricity meter in the new booster of water near Surya Narayan temple near octroi number 17, construction of 55 feet road in old ward number 9 at the earliest and to get rid of the problem of water logging in NIT area. There was also the problem of getting all the drains and drains cleaned before the monsoon rains.
After listening to all the problems, Union Minister of State Krishan Pal Gurjar called the concerned officers immediately and issued instructions to the officers to solve all the problems at the earliest. Union Minister Krishan Pal Gurjar said that there may not be a BJP MLA in the NIT area, but the way former MLA Nagendra Bhadana is working as a public representative and solving the problems of the area, it is commendable and the Haryana government is working in the development of the NIT area. No stone will be left unturned and all problems will be resolved as soon as possible. On this occasion, including former MLA Nagendra Bhadana, others present expressed their gratitude to Union Minister Krishnapal Gurjar. Many dignitaries including former councilor Gajendra Pal, councilor Mahendra Sarpanch, Surendra Bhadana, Mamchand Pradhan, Ramlal Kundu (sarpanch), Amit Numberdar were present on this occasion.