Sae village gets double lane bridge after 55 years: Tony – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism

AAP leader and DDC member Suchetgarh Taranjit Singh Tony during the inauguration of the double lane bridge.

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Oct 27: Taranjit Singh Tony, chairman of the Aam Aadmi J&K Party for Administrative Engagement and Minority Affairs and member of DDC Suchetgarh today called the BJP a ‘Jumla’ party and blasted it for to be the best in rhetoric but useless on the ground to do nothing to help the people.
The senior PAA leader was speaking after the inauguration of a double-lane bridge between Hara Peer and Sae villages. He said that this bridge was 55 years old pending the request of local people, especially those belonging to Sae village.
In a veiled attack on local BJP leaders, Tony said the former cabinet minister never paid heed to the long-standing demand for the construction of this double-lane bridge.
The head of the AAP clarified that the style of operation of the AAP is different from other political parties because for the AAP, the top priority is the realization of the aspirations of the people and everything comes after the satisfaction of the people.
Tony said he promised the people during the SDC election race that he would see to it that the bridge was built and today its work is underway. He said it was a Diwali and Bhai Dooj gift from him to the people of the constituency and also promised to start the bridge project between Nikowal and Zona Farm at a cost of Rs 22 crore soon after the announcement. government approval. “The estimated cost of the bridge between Hara Peer and Sae is Rs 11 crore and the concerned man-Anil Sharma, who is building the bridge has assured that the same will be made operational in record time,” Tony said adding that the The bridge’s strategic location will also help the army transport logistics in the shortest possible time.
Locals demanded that the bridge be named after Sobha Singh, the region’s top leader who led the fight for the bridge throughout his life.
Others present at the occasion include Sarpanch Sae, Sarbajit Singh, Sarpanch Sham Lal Bhagat, Tilak Raj Bhagat, Sarpanch Shashi Bhagat, BDC Chairman Tarsem Singh, Ex Sarpanch Lucky Choudhary, APP Chief Executive Mandeep Choudhary and Avinash Choudhary.

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