Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Feb 18: A Bharatiya Janata Morcha (BJM) delegation headed by the party’s district president Subodh Srivastav met Deputy Commissioner Suraj Kumar and handed him a memorandum stating that with the newly constructed Graduate College building having come up, there was immediate need for the boundary wall of the Sakchi graveyard to be made higher. The memorandum contended that while the main gate of the graveyard faced the Straight Mile Road, there were three or four other entry points at the back that directly faced the College. It said that that soon the college’s students would start using the road between the institution and the graveyard. It mentioned tghat the graveyard’s main gate facing the Straight Mile Road so wide, there was no necessity of the rear gates and once the College students moved on the road referred to, there were possibilities of some untoward incidents happening.
As such, the note urged the Deputy Commissioner that a higher boundary wall be constructed along the graveyard’s rear wall thereby ruling out possibilities of any unsavory incident. The DC assured the BJM delegates that positive steps would soon be taken in that direction.
The BJM delegation led by Subodh Srivastav included party’s district general secretary Kulvinder Singh Pannu, Manoj Singh Ujjain, vice president Vandana Namta, secretary Vikas Gupta, treasurer Dharmendra Prasad, spokesman Akash Shah and others.