MP Rakesh Singh visits all 516 panchayats

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 14 Nov 2017 13:46:05

Staff Reporter,

Member of Parliament, Rakesh Singh has on Monday completed his visit to all 516 village panchayats of the Parliamentary area. He concluded his visit at village panchayat Singod. Addressing a programme organised on the occasion, Singh said, after taking oath during first tenure, he had decided to visit all village panchayats of the parliamentary area and would meet people and redress their problems. Accordingly, for the third consecutive tenure, he had completed visit to village panchayats, Singh said. He extended gratitude to senior party leaders, office bearers and members of various wings of the party for their unconditional support.

Terming himself fortunate, Singh said he is having such wonderful party workers, who have made his visit easy. He said, it is the principle of the party that every needy must be given his right. Accordingly, party leaders, workers are making untiring efforts to provide due benefits of Union and State run schemes to people especially to those standing last in the row.

He said, the country is developing fast under the leadership of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. Likewise, Madhya Pradesh is also touching new heights in development under the guidance of Chief Minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Expressing views on the occasion, party leaders said, Singh is striving hard for betterment of poor and needy people. They hailed his efforts for well-being of people of his Parliamentary area.

The senior leaders who shared the dais were MLA, Sushil Tiwari, Mayor, Dr Swati Godbole, District Panchayat President, Manorama Patel, BJP District President, Shiv Patel, BJYM State President, Abhilash Pandey, MLA, Pratibha Singh, Nandani Maravi, L B Lobo, Anchal Sonkar, Ashok Rohani, Chairman, MDA, Prabhat Sahu, S K Muddin, Ajay Vishnoi, Narendra Tripathi, Dilip Dubey and others. District General Secretary, Rajesh Dahia conducted the proceedings of the programme while Mandal President, Deendayal Patel proposed a vote of thanks. A large number of senior party leaders, workers, members of village panchayat and locals were participated in the programme.