Govt determined to uplift poor: Pandey

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 13 Feb 2018 12:01:18


Staff Reporter

Panchayatiraj Conference was organised by Jila Panchayat in Manas Bhavan on concluding of Birth Centenary of Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay. Panchayat representatives from all three blocks participated in the program.

Chief Guest and Revenue Minister Prem Prakash Pandey said Birth Centenary of Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay was celebrated to realize his dreams and ideology. “He was not promoter of any political party but he was an established thinker of the world. At a time when there was global dispute between capitalism and communism Pt. Deendayal envisaged the dream of reaching out to all without any discrimination. He always used to think of welfare and development of the marginalised,” he said.

He further said the State and the Central Government are working to realize his dreams and reach out to people at the bottom of the pyramid and the Government is determined to uplift one and all . There is special provision in budget for Education, development of villages. Number of Colleges will be opened. It will promote girl education. The Minister instructed Panchayat representatives to understand problems of their villages.

Chairperson and Minister for Women and Child Development Ramsheela Sahu said through three tier Panchayatiraj the Government is working with commitment to empower weaker sections. Pt Upadhyay’s thoughts and agonies are being realized by CM Dr. Raman Singh and PM Narendra Modi. She said giving momentum to development is responsibility of Panchayat representatives.

For ground work development, cooperation of Panchayat representatives is necessary. She said Yuva Shakti, Mahila Shakti have golden opportunity to prove
themselves. Jila Panchayat President Maya Belchandan, Patan Janpad President Harsha Chandrakar, Vice President Khemlal Deshlahra, Durg Janpad Vice President Mahendra Sinha, Collector Umesh Kumar Agrawal, Jila Panchayat CEO RK Khute, Janpad Panchayat members, Sarpanchs, Panchs and officials were present.