Despite busy schedules in foreign ministry and difficult jobs of taking out Indians from abroad from war zone and in process of bringing Chhota Rajan, he is able to devote reasonable time in constituency, listening to residents and taking action.
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He should fix few dates of every month to visit Ghaziabad to hold meetings at important points, meetings with MLAs, Mayor and Councillors, RWAs. Besides there should be a whatsup group to apprise residents of latest developments, future planning and for residents to post theit problems. One city is still left to be notified as smart city. He, Mr. Raj Nath Singh, Former MP, Ghaziabad and presently Union Home Minister should try to declare Ghaziabad as smart city. It may be noted that at the time of its formation as new district in 1976, Ghaziabad was more developed than any other town/city of Delhi-NCR. Alas, it is most backward in NCR city. Ghaziabad has not been able to grow/develop in proportion to its population. Even connectivity to Delhi, on which major resident population live)survive here is extremely poor(see the delay of reaching Metro and lvirtually nonexistent local bus services from Ghaziabad to important places in Delhi/New Delhi.
Our MP is over/awfully busy in foreign affairs duties and had given commendable results, hence some grace can be given for lesser involvement to his constituency. However, he must nominate few responsible persons in parts of city/district, who can hold meetings with residents on weekly/monthly basis and convey the problems to our MP in his absence and apprise of the solutions in weekly/monthly meetings.
Let us not criticise him only but also make him more effective for the balance of his tenure for the overall/all round development of Ghaziabad.