Cabinet Minister Bram Shankar Sharma unfurls National Flag at Sangrur

Bhagwant Mann government took historic decisions for public interest and successfully implemented them in first eight months: JIMPA

Cabinet Minister Bram Shankar Sharma unfurls National Flag at Sangrur

Chandigarh/Sangrur, January 26, 2023: Punjab Revenue, Rehabilitation and Disaster Management, Water Supply and Sanitation of Punjab Bram Shankar Sharma (Jimpa), after unfurling the national flag here at Police Lines Stadium Sangrur, said that in the first ten months, under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, their government has successfully implemented historic decisions in the public interest. While divulging details, the cabinet minister said that over 25,000 government jobs have been given to youth, zero tolerance policy for the complete elimination of corruption, 300 units of free electricity per month to every household, Aam Aadmi Clinic to provide health facilities near homes etc. He added that by implementing one MLA one pension scheme, their government has saved public exchequer which was being use for the welfare of people.

The cabinet minister congratulated the residents of the country and Punjabis especially residents of Sangrur. He also congratulated the brave soldiers of the armed forces of the country who are protecting the integrity and unity of the country.

Jimpa said that today under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, Punjab is excelling in the fields of electricity, agriculture, education, law and order, civic services, infrastructure, urban development, comprehensive development of villages, health, creation of investment friendly environment and industry.

He said that he feel honoured to address the residents of CM Bhagwant Mann’s home district who is the most trusted and pro-people Chief Minister.

The Cabinet Minister said that a total of 500 Aam Aadmi Clinics will be dedicated to the people of Punjab on January 27 to provide better health facilities to the residents of the state. While highlighting the efforts to promote sports, he said that the sports department organised 'Khedan Watan Punjab Ki-2022' from the block to the state level in which about 3 lakh sportsmen participated and 9961 winners were bestowed prize money of Rs. 6.85 crore.

While talking about the schemes of the revenue department, he said that to make the allotment process effective and efficient, the Punjab Government has launched a website which will facilitate marking and ease of purchase and sale of land. He further said that the recruitment of 1090 new Patwaris has been completed for the purpose of streamlining the work of the Revenue Department and the Cabinet has given approval to fill up 710 more new posts of Patwaris. He added that soon pro-people reforms will be introduced in the revenue department and he was working diligently and with full dedication for the same.

Explaining another far-sighted step of the state government, the cabinet minister said that the government has decided to start 100 schools of eminence to make the school education of Punjab of international standard. He said that for the prosperity of Punjabi language, a campaign has been started to make it necessary for all boards to be written in Punjabi language till February 21, 2023 across the state.

Jimpa said, during his speech, that after independence, the Indian Constitution came into force on January 26, 1950 which honoured us of being one of the biggest democracies of the world. He said that today the contribution of Dr. Bheem Rao Ambedkar, the father of the Indian Constitution, cannot be ignored.

Earlier, the Cabinet Minister also paid tributes to the martyrs at the Police Memorial along with MLA Sangrur Narinder Kaur Bharaj, MLA Lehra Barinder Kumar Goyal. After unfurling the national flag at the stadium, he inspected the parade and took salute from various troops. Tableaus depicting important projects of the Punjab government also became a center of attraction.

During the event, the Cabinet Minister honoured the family members of the freedom fighters. After this, a program based on patriotism was presented by the students of different schools, which the audience thoroughly enjoyed. Folk dance Giddha performed by school girls became the center of special attraction.

After this, sewing machines were distributed to the needy and tricycles to the specially abled. On this occasion, he also felicitated personalities who have recorded commendable achievements in different fields in Sangrur district. The cabinet minister also declared a holiday on January 27 in those schools whose students had participated in today's event.

Deputy Commissioner Jitendra Jorwal and SSP Surendra Lamba honoured Cabinet Minister Bram Shankar Sharma.

On this occasion, wife of Minister Bram Shankar Sharma Vibha Sharma, MLA Sangrur Narinder Kaur Bharaj, MLA Lehra Constituency Barinder Kumar Goyal, Deputy Commissioner Jatinder Jorwal, IG Patiala Range Mukhwinder Singh Chhina, SSP Surendra Lamba, High Commissioner of Mauritius Marie Claire J. Monty, Chairman District Planning Committee Gurmail Singh Gharachon, Chairman Gau Sewa Commission Ashok Kumar Singla, Assistant Advocate General Ravinder Singh, Advocate Daljeet Singh, Sarabjit Singh, Baba Bhupinder Singh Patiala, Sunil Chadha, ADC (g) Anmol Singh Dhaliwal, ADC (d) Varjeet Walia, Assistant Commissioner Nitesh Jain, SDM Navreet Kaur Sekhon and Assistant Commissioner Devdarshdeep Singh were present among other judicial, administrative and police officials, teachers and students.