Centre to give befitting reply to ceasefire violations, have faith: Jitendra Singh
 Source : News Bharati English  Date : 14-Mar-2017

Jammu, March 14: On the continuous violations of ceasefire by Pakistani troops, DONEAR Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh on Monday urged people to have faith in Modi-led Government at the Centre, which will definitely give a befitting reply to it.
While talking to the reporters in Jammu on the sidelines of a roadshow organized in view of BJP's victory in Uttar Pradesh, Minister Jitendra Singh asked the people to have trust in Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Government at the Centre, which will give a befitting reply to the Ceasefire violations by Pakistan.

He further said that the concerned agencies would take into account the chain of events that has taken place and people should trust the Modi Government in this regard. "Our security agencies and the Centre as well, are capable of meeting any kind of challenges and the results will be seen in the days to come,'' added Minister Singh.

Minister Singh on this occasion also emphasized on timely completion of the development works and urged the officers not to terminate these works at any cost and rather take help of any elected public representative so that issues would be resolved amicably. He also said that there was no dearth of funds but the amount of CDF and MPLAD should be used judiciously and on the priority sectors so that the benefit could reach everyone

Meanwhile at the District Development Board meeting of Kathua district later, Dr Singh, who is also Member of Parliament from Kathua-Udhampur Constituency, said that the grievances at the district level be made online by creating a web page for every district so that redressal and monitoring of them could be done easily and in a transparent manner.

Notably, Pakistani troops on Monday violated the ceasefire and fired heavily in the residential areas. However, in the second instance of ceasefire violation in less than 24 hours, Pakistani troops had resorted to mortar shelling and firing by automatic weapons along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir, which prompted the army to retaliate.