Bikram Singh Majithia, Revenue and Public Relations Minister today said that Ramgarhia Community have contributed a lot in infrastructure development of Punjab and country and with their collective efforts country would emerge as the most developed nation by 2020. Addressing a mammoth gathering here, after paying floral tributes to great Sikh Warrior of 18th Century Sardar Jassa Singh Ramgarhia at a state level function to mark his 289h birth anniversary, Majithia said that SAD-BJP Government was voted back for second consecutive time just because of unprecedented infrastructure development in which Ramgarhia Community played an important role. He said that Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal had initiated the state level functions in the memory of our religious leaders and great warriors and it was his vision to preserve our heritage by constructing historical memorials including Virasat-E-Khalsa, Fateh Minar, Ghallughara memorials. Majithia exhorted the people of Punjab in general and youth in particular to propagate the glorious legacy of Sardar Ramgarhia who fought the Mughals valiantly to safe guard the moral and ethical values of humanity based on the tenets of Sikh Panth. He said that Jassa Singh was a born leader of unprecedented qualities. He said that Jassa Singh was honored as Ramgarhia and his name would always remain alive as the founder of the Great Ramgarhia Misl, who played a major role in the battles of the Khalsa Panth. The Revenue Minister said that Ramgarhia community was committed for the development and progress of the state. He said that this community was bestowed with the qualities of skilled craftsmanship and had tremendous acumen and enterprising skill which should be optimally exploited. Majithia said that the real tribute to this brave soldier who avenged the barbaric acts of mughals to restore the glory of Sikh Panth would be to follow the path of righteousness and self scarifies preached by him for the uplift and betterment of the mankind. He also assured the members of Ramgarhia community to fulfil their all demands within a short span of time. Replying a query on NCTC, Majithia said that collective opposition by all states to this anti-federal law reflects rising consciousness amongst states regarding nefarious practice of Union Government to poach in the legitimate territory of all states. He said that time has come that we should have re-look at constitution for making India, a true federal country.On asking about the alleged corruption in Revenue Department, Majithia said that to eliminate this menace, strict instructions have been issued to all revenue officials and no body would be spared if found guilty. He said that on receiving complaints having charges of corruption against any officer/employee of the department, the enquiry would be completed within 48 hours and complete justice would be delivered. He said that now the mutation process would be completed by the revenue officers within 15 days and directions have been issued in this regard. He said that 6 tehsildars have been suspended in last two months.To educate the people about the government rates regarding registration of land and mutation, Majithia said that government has chalked out a program to introduce a toll free helpline for facilitation of people, where they could register their grievances besides with the full details of government fees for the land purchase, sale and mutation purpose. Answering a query, Majithia said that the spiralling prices of essential commodities had also virtually crushed the common man due to the wrong and anti-people policies of the UPA government on contrary to its tall claims of the government aimed at welfare of the general masses. He called upon the like minded people cutting across the political affiliations to wage a war against the ill conceived policies of Centre. Sharing happiness on record wheat procurement during ongoing season, Majithia said that the State Government Agencies has touched more than 106 lakh tonnes in Punjab for the central pool. Accusing the Congress led UPA government Majithia said that though Punjab was a biggest contributor of wheat and rice in Central Pool, the Union Government deliberately discriminated the farmers of Punjab by ignoring their genuine interests. Meanwhile, Majithia also unveils the portrait of Sardar Jassa Singh Ramgarhia at Baba Gurmukh Singh Hall in the premises of Ramgarhia Girls College, besides releasing a documentary 'Maharaja Jassa Singh Ramgarhia' based on the life, struggle and contribution of Sardar Ramgarhia to Sikh struggle. Prominent amongst others, who were present on the occasion included Charanjit Singh Atwal, Speaker Punjab Vidhan Sabha, Sharanjit Singh Dhillon, PWD Minister, Chaudhary Nand Lal, Prem Mittal, both Chief Parliamentary Secretaries, Manpreet Singh Aiyali, Ranjit Singh Dhillon, S. R. Kaler (All MLAs), Former Minsters Hira Singh Gabria, Mahesh Inder Singh Grewal, Jagdev Singh Tajpuri and Former MP Gurcharan Singh Galib.