BJP Welcomes Government Move To Build Bunkers Along Border In Jammu And Kashmir

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BJP Welcomes Government Move To Build Bunkers Along Border In Jammu And Kashmir

Centre plans to constructed bunkers alongside the Line of Management and Worldwide Border in Jammu and Kashmir.

Jammu:  The BJP at the moment welcomed the Union authorities’s reported nod to construct neighborhood and particular person bunkers alongside the Line of Management and the Worldwide Border in Jammu and Kashmir, saying the occasion was dedicated to ship the guarantees made to the residents of border areas.Its state unit spokesman Anil Gupta mentioned the BJP welcomes the federal government’s resolution to assemble four,700 neighborhood and 19,000 particular person bunkers.

A information report at the moment claimed that the Centre has agreed to assemble the bunkers for the protection of border residents.

Gupta mentioned the bunkers could be constructed in all 5 districts in Jammu area near the IB and the LoC. “District-wise allotment of bunkers will probably be accomplished based mostly on the inhabitants in every district. The undertaking’s value, together with for the acquisition of land, will probably be borne by the central authorities,” he mentioned in a press release.

Gupta mentioned the proposed bunkers will probably be “underground residing items” with cooking and bathroom amenities. “Ample planning for waste disposal and air flow could be required for the reason that bunkers would come with kitchen and bogs as a result of development of soakage pits in these areas is problematic,” he mentioned.

Gupta mentioned the BJP, a coalition accomplice within the state authorities, is the “true well-wisher” of the individuals in border areas and doesn’t imagine in “mere rhetoric and lip service”.

He questioned the leaderships of the opposition Nationwide Convention and the Congress – who dominated the state for greater than six many years – as to “what did they do besides making false guarantees to those individuals and exploiting them for vote financial institution politics?

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