Housing certificates given away during Rehas Mela

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 08 Mar 2017 11:08:23

Our Correspondent,


Mar 7,

Rehas Mela at Garhakota is being organised in form of Samrasta Ravidas Mahakhumbh. On the fourth day, Minister for Panchayat and Rural and Social Court, Gopal Bhargava was present as the chief guest.

Panchayat Minister, Bhargava said that organising fair is to give one platform to all categories to meet at one place. He said that State Government has initiated several schemes for welfare of all category of society. He threw light on the Prime Minister Housing Mission under which all poor category beneficiary will get Pucca houses. Government has started work of making Pucca houses with Rs. 1.50 lakh. A model house has been constructed at village Kadta. He informed that house has been sanctioned to 5000 beneficiaries. Bhargava during the programme as a symbolic presented house approval letter to 20 beneficiairies.

President of Garhakota Rahas Lokotsav Organising Committee, Abhishek Bhargava in the beginning of programme threw light on Rahas Mela. He said that this fair is being organising since last 213 years. It has it’s own identity. Janpad President, Sanjay Dubey provided information on executing public welfare scheme.
During this programme, felicitation of people belonging to Scheduled Caste category was carried out.

During this Mela, the art group of Mukesh Tak and his team presented Madhya Pradesh Song and songs mentioning the public welfare schemes in regional language. During this camp, Information was provided that Employment Mela would be organised for unemployed youths. Companies from state and country will come. Minister appeal youths to be present with all their essential documents.

On this occasion, Municipality President, Bharat Chourasia, Janpad President, Chhote Singh Sagar, Mandal President, Basant Yadav, Rajesh Parasai, CEO of Janpad President, Rajesh Pateria of Rahli, Janpad CEO of Sagar, P L Patel, Alok Mishra, officers and employees and large number of villagers were present.