Ritu Raj Sinha unfurls Tricolour at Jusco Green
Jamshedpur, Jan 27: Tata Steel Utilities and Infrastructure Services Limited (Tata Steel UISL) formerly JUSCO, celebrated 74th Republic Day at JUSCO Green on Thursday. The program started with the inspection of the Parade and unfurling of the National Flag by Ritu Raj Sinha, Managing Director.
National Anthem was sung with great gusto. This was followed by a cultural program and dances by students of JUSCO School, Kadma, and the Security Team of the company.
In his address, Ritu Raj Sinha said the company is expanding and people’s demand is also increasing.
He emphasised on Nagriks becoming more Zimmedaar and responsible to do their own bit to work towards the progress and development of our country whether it is reducing wastage of water, and electricity or complying with civic laws of the land to show our solidarity towards the country and the constitution.
“The company’s priority is to provide better civic amenities while meeting quality standards. We need to meet the demand of the customer and everyone must work hard in order to provide world-class civic amenities.”
“As a company, we should try and do excellent work at all touch points, and with this commitment, we can work towards the betterment of our country. The future is in our hands and the new generation should uphold the same,” Sinha added.
He spoke about the importance and relevance of Republic Day.
He also said that in the last 74 years, India has come a long way in terms of digitization, modernization, economy, and technology. This strength of the country was seen during the Covid time. Along with the hard work of the doctors, paramedical staff, administration etc, he also acknowledged the efforts of Tata Steel UISL in providing essential services during the darkness of Covid.
Dhananjay Mishra, Sr General Manager (Jharkhand Business), Raghunath Pandey, President, JSU, senior officials, and members of Tata Steel UISL were present.
Appeal to Tata Group and local administration to provide rights, safety and security to pedestrian. Unfortunately, no footpaths in Jamshedpur Risico lease hold areas and JNAC areas. Horrible encroachment on public service roads and below ground od allotted shops. Ensure Zebra crossing paints on road . Check Over load passengers in autos. Ensure one-way traffic at Govt hospital. Kadma market parking slots allotted by JNAC to vendors for shops. Spent crores of rupees market beautification damaged by JNAC.
JNAC is meant for damaging public facilities?