Village government in the hands of young people – Village government in the hands of young people

Jaunpur This time the people in many villages in the district entrusted their power to the young and highly educated in the Panchayat elections. After acquiring an education up to BA, B.Sc, MA, B.Ed, M.Ed, such young people have decided to serve the public and change the image of the village through development instead of practicing a profession.
For the first time, these youth who have become village chiefs claim that the budget planned for the development of the village through MNREGA and other programs can be used to change the image of the village in planned ways. Time will tell how well these enthusiastic young people who have become village chiefs will meet expectations, but their feelings suggest that the picture of the village’s development will change under their leadership. Some of them dream of building an ideal village while others are preparing to develop the village as a development model.
The development plan is drawn up in an open meeting
Singaramoon The elected village chief Deepak Singh from the Sirkina village Badlapur has up to 25 BC. Deepak says that the trust with which people have entrusted them with this responsibility will be an attempt to fully live up to it. As a rule, an action plan for the development of the village should be drawn up in an open session, but this plan does not appear in any gram of panchayat. Efforts will be made to develop a plan of action in the open session and every effort will be made to land it on the ground.
The purpose of developing the village will be
Mirganj The 28-year-old Sharmila Saroj, who was the first leader of the village of Bhathar in the Machilishahar development block, has B.Ed. His dream was to become a teacher first, but now the purpose of his life is to develop the village as a village chief. She says her priority will be to fix the rundown maternal child center in the village. Jeth Shiv Kumar is a health education officer, so his focus will be on improving health care. Giving characters the benefits of government programs will be a priority.
Will develop as a model village
Mirganj The inhabitants of the village of Adari have chosen the 28-year-old Chandrasen Giri as village director this year. This young wrestler, who specializes in the strings of the arena, has also made an impression of his skills in politics. Chandrasen says that following the election as village chief, it will now be a priority to develop the village as a model village by honestly extending the benefits of government programs to the eligible individuals. Efforts are also being made to equip the Abhinav Primary School in the village.
The development of the country takes place from the village
Jalalpur The elected village chief Chintu Gupta (24) from the village of Mahimapur runs a mobile business in the city of Jalalpur after completing his MA degree. He says that the public made him head of the village because of his interest in community service and running a business, and that his older brother Pintu was elected a panchayat member of the district. Now the responsibility for social service has increased. Your priority is the development of the village. There will be an effort to separate my village from other villages in terms of development.
The rightful owner benefits from the regulations
Box. 30-year-old Abhishek Singh, the village chief elected from Gram Panchayat Kauli, is BCA, B.Ed. The public gave him power of the village for the first time. Abhishek says that the government’s plans for the village’s development will be implemented if the honest implementation of the village can change the image of the village. Improving connectivity, education and health services will be a priority for transport. He will benefit from all government programs that will rightly belong to him.

Jaunpur This time the people in many villages in the district entrusted their power to the young and highly educated in the Panchayat elections. After acquiring an education up to BA, B.Sc, MA, B.Ed, M.Ed, such young people have decided to serve the public and change the image of the village through development instead of practicing a profession.

For the first time, these youth who have become village chiefs claim that the budget planned for the development of the village through MNREGA and other programs can be used to change the image of the village in planned ways. Time will tell how well these enthusiastic young people who have become village chiefs will meet expectations, but their feelings suggest that the picture of the village’s development will change under their leadership. Some of them dream of building an ideal village while others are preparing to develop the village as a development model.

The development plan is drawn up in an open meeting

Singaramoon The elected village chief Deepak Singh from the Sirkina village Badlapur has up to 25 BC. Deepak says that the trust with which people have entrusted them with this responsibility will be an attempt to fully live up to it. As a rule, an action plan for the development of the village should be drawn up in an open session, but this plan does not appear in any gram of panchayat. Efforts will be made to develop a plan of action in the open session and every effort will be made to achieve it.

The purpose of developing the village will be

Mirganj The 28-year-old Sharmila Saroj, who was the first leader of the village of Bhathar in the Machilishahar development block, has B.Ed. His dream was to become a teacher first, but now the purpose of his life is to develop the village as a village chief. She says her priority will be to fix the rundown maternal child center in the village. Jeth Shiv Kumar is a health education officer, so his focus will be on improving health care. Giving characters the benefits of government programs will be a priority.

Will develop as a model village

Mirganj The inhabitants of the village of Adari have chosen the 28-year-old Chandrasen Giri as village director this year. This young wrestler, who specializes in the strings of the arena, has also made an impression of his skills in politics. Chandrasen says that following the election as village chief, it will now be a priority to develop the village as a model village by honestly extending the benefits of government programs to the eligible individuals. Efforts are also being made to equip the Abhinav Primary School in the village with facilities.

The development of the country takes place from the village

Jalalpur The elected village chief Chintu Gupta (24) from the village of Mahimapur runs a mobile shop in the city of Jalalpur after completing his MA studies. He says the public made him head of the village because of his interest in community service and running a business, and that his older brother Pintu was elected a panchayat member of the district. Now the responsibility for social service has increased. Your priority is the development of the village. Efforts will be made to separate my village from other villages in terms of development.

The rightful owner benefits from the regulations

Box. 30-year-old Abhishek Singh, the village chief elected from Gram Panchayat Kauli, is BCA, B.Ed. The public gave him power of the village for the first time. Abhishek says that the government’s plans for the village’s development will be implemented if the honest implementation of the village can change the image of the village. Improving connectivity, education and health services will be a priority for transport. He will benefit from all government programs that will rightly belong to him.

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