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Bargaon. This time, Rao Shoyab was chosen as the Pradhan in Gram Panchayat Nunabari. One of his priorities is to get the sanitation system back on track and at the same time to rid the village of corona infections. For this purpose, when strengthening the drainage system, building drains and regular cleaning, regular fogging and disinfection must be carried out. Construction of tanks and tube wells by arranging land to supply the villagers with clean drinking water, installing street lamps to strengthen CC roads, electrification, street lighting in newly developed colonies, and setting up intercolleges for education. He says he will work to set new records of development in the village by strengthening social peace.
Polluted drinking water and waterlogging are a big problem
The majority Muslim village of Deoband with around six and a half thousand inhabitants at the eastern end of the Hindon River is very backward by nature. The streets are dilapidated and mud builds up on them all year round. The situation worsens after rain. The streets and houses are flooded with water. The drainage system is completely set. Located on the banks of Hindon, most hand pumps spit contaminated drinking water.
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Village chief Rao Shoyab has an 8th grade passport.
In the past he was a district commissioner for a political party.

Bargaon. This time, Rao Shoyab was chosen as the Pradhan in Gram Panchayat Nunabari. One of his priorities is to get the sanitation system back on track and at the same time to rid the village of corona infections. For this purpose, when strengthening the drainage system, building drains and regular cleaning, regular fogging and disinfection must be carried out. Construction of tanks and tube wells by arranging land to supply the villagers with clean drinking water, installing street lamps to strengthen CC roads, electrification, street lighting in newly developed colonies, and setting up intercolleges for education. He says he will work to set new records in the development of the village by strengthening social peace.

Polluted drinking water and waterlogging are a big problem

The majority Muslim village of Deoband with around six and a half thousand inhabitants at the eastern end of the Hindon River is very backward by nature. The streets are dilapidated and mud builds up on them all year round. The situation worsens after rain. The streets and houses are flooded with water. The drainage system is completely set. Located on the banks of Hindon, most hand pumps spit contaminated drinking water.

Headmaster’s profile

Village chief Rao Shoyab has an 8th grade passport.

In the past he was a district commissioner for a political party.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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