Congress candidate for Parliamentary elections, Ravneet Singh Bittu, advocated international airport for Ludhiana. Bittu said this while addressing a meeting of industrialists at Aggar Nagar on Sunday.
He said for the development of the industry and the industrial town, an international airport in Ludhiana was need of the hour.
Bittu shared his views with industrialists and discussed the plans for the development of the city. He said if elected, he would work to establish international airport in Ludhiana.
Slamming SAD-BJP alliance, Bittu said Ludhiana, which was once a leader in industry had been lacking behind due to the adverse policies of SAD-BJP alliance that did nothing for the development of industry.
Bittu said his aim was to resolve the problems of industry and unemployment in the city. He would encourage ITIs and other institutes to establish their branches in Ludhiana, so that the youth could get quality education and training. He said information and broadcasting minister did a lot for the development of Ludhiana and he would continue it.
Students of Shri Aurbindo College of Commerce and Management had a question answer session with Bittu. MLAs Bharat Bhushan Ashu, Gurkeerat Singh Kotli, former minister Malkit Singh Dakha, senior Congress leaders Ramesh Joshi and KK Bawa were also present on the occasion.