Friday, 15 July 2011
Vijender Gupta, Ramesh Bidhuri, Mayor Rajni Abbi inaugurate primary school in neglected Jonapur Village constructed at the cost of Rs. 2.36 crores
New Delhi, 15th July. BJP Delhi Pradesh President Shri Vijender Gupta, Legislator Shri Ramesh Bidhuri and Mayor Rajni Abbi inaugurated first Primary School constructed at the cost of rupees 2.36 crore in Jonapur Village of Aya Nagar ward in a grand function today. More than 5000 citizens of the area happily participated in the inauguration ceremony and expressed their gratitude to the BJP leaders for opening the school. It may be mentioned that the population of Jonapur village is about 50,000. There was no school even after independence in this village. Due to this the children of this area had no facility for Primary School.
After the inauguration of the school Pradesh President Shri Vijender Gupta told that the stream of BJP is the stream of development. BJP wants that every child in Delhi becomes literate. Education and Health should be the highest priority of any Government. It is unfortunate that Delhi Government has remained indifferent for the last 12 years in this field. Education and Health is being privatized and commercialized in Delhi. Due to this thousands of children will be deprived from this basic amenity. Country will have to face its consequences in future. Disparity will increase among the youth. He further told that if BJP comes to power then it will give highest price to education and make Delhi a literate and healthy state.
Thanking the Pradesh President and Mayor for opening school in Jonapur Village, Legislator and Party General Secretary Shri Ramesh Bidhuri told that the BJP Councillor after being elected as he has completed development works by opening a primary school. MCD has fulfilled the biggest dreams of the villagers after independence. Thousands of childrens will be benefited.
On this occasion Mayor Rajni Abbi told that on the day she took over as the Mayor of Delhi, she had resolved to flow the stream of development in Delhi. This resolve is being realized gradually. MCD will flow the stream of science and development in those neglected areas of Delhi where Congress had not taken up any development work.
Area Councillor Ramesh Ambawata, Chaman Ambawata, Kartar Singh Tanwar, Satender Chaudhary, Jaiveer Rana, Mandal Pradhan Govardhan Ambawta, Nandram Numberdar, Roopchand Pradhan and thousands of senior citizens participated in the inauguration ceremony. The zeal of women in the ceremony was worth watching.