BJP committed to fulfill social responsibilities: Manhas

4/16/2017

JAMMU: Member Parliament Rajya Sabha Shamsher Singh Manhas reiterated that BJP is committed to fulfill the social responsibilities by providing social and economical help to the society. While handing over the keys of Mobile Ambulance to the staff of Jawahar Navodya Vidalya Gharota on Sunday at Paloura, Shamsher Singh Manhas said that being the representative of the society, its my duty to come upto the expectation of the people.
MP Rajya Sabha Shamsher Singh Manhas hands over the keys of Mobile Ambulance to the Principal and staff of the Jawahar Navodya Vidalya Gharota on Sunday in a simple but impressive function at Paloura and funds for ambulance have been provided from MPLAD fund.While speaking on the occasion, MP RS Shamsher Singh Manhas said being an elected representative, tried my best to sort out the problems being faced by the people and provided adequate funds for development and other activities from MPLAD fund. Manhas said that state and central government is keen to provide better facilities to the deprived and needy section of the society. The staff of the school has approached the Member Parliament Rajya Sabha Shamsher Singh Manhas and apprised him about the problem being faced by the staff and students of the school. To shift the sick patient to nearby hospital in emergency, ambulance was not available. On the request of JNV school Gharota, Shamsher Singh Manhas has provide 3.07 lacks from his MPLAD fund for the mobile ambulance
.Principal of the School Anil Babu Sharma also spoke on the occasion and informed that Shamsher Singh Manhas few days back attended the youth parliament held at school premises. Staff members highlighted the issue with him and he has fulfilled the promise by providing the mobile ambulance to the Jawahar Navodya Vidalya Gharota. On this occasion BJP Leaders Bahadur Singh Manhas, Joginder Chib, Lal Chand Verma, Sushil Manhas, Ajay Sharma, Manish Singh Jamwal and staff of the school R.L Bhat, Neetu Rajput, Ved Parkash, Ramesh Chander, Shamsher Singh were also present.