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Lack of political vision is responsible for Dabwali’s lagging behind: Aditya Devi Lal –

Dabwali, March 15 (Nis)

Haryana Agricultural Marketing Board Chairman Aditya Devi Lal has blamed the lack of political vision for Dabwali lagging behind in development. He said that instead of development, the politics of Dabwali is dominated by the leadership of unnecessary allegations and counter-allegations. BJP’s probable candidate from Dabwali assembly, Aditya Devi Lal was holding a press conference at the BJP office on Friday.

The BJP leader claimed that during the BJP government, development work of sewerage, water and roads etc. has been done in Dabwali city with a sum of Rs. 100 crores and said that the Government Senior Secondary School in Dabwali city has been given a new high level status like expensive private schools of big families. will go. For this, administrative approval of Rs 22.5 crore and tender of Rs 17.5 crore for basic construction has been done. The school will be constructed by the Marketing Board.

He shared the announcement of Milk Chilling Center in Dabwali village at a cost of about Rs 20 crore each and Kinnow Mandi in Abubshahr village approved in the budget. He welcomed the waiver of penalty for granting ownership rights of nap shops.

Aditya Devi Lal attacked MLA Amit Sihag and called him away from the ground. Former councilor Sham Lal, board president Satish Garg, Gaurav Monga and Abhimanyu Kochhar were present on this occasion.

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