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‘Enough development has taken place in my constituency’

None   February 25, 2014
First Published: 23:53 IST(25/2/2014) | Last Updated: 23:55 IST(25/2/2014)

What do you see as the high points of your five-year term?
Jitender Malik: Various prestigious projects, such as the rail coach factory, international fruit and vegetable market, education city and railway overbridges (RoBs) have made my constituency stand out. People are content with these development works.


What’s that which you had wished to do as an MP but couldn’t? And why?
Jitender Malik: I think enough development has taken place in my constituency in all sectors and I am confident that people would value it.

Would you like to contest again, and why should the people re-elect you?
Jitender Malik: Yeh baad ki baatein hain, abhi to mein kuchh nahin keh sakta. Jo bhi high command decide karegi, tab dekhenge (I can’t say anything about it right now. We will see when the party high command takes a decision).

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