Will work to improve the living standards of the underprivileged

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Deodorant tape (Saharanpur). This time Rashmi was elected head of the village in Gram Panchayat Paniyali Kasimpur. She says that she will do the development work in the village without discrimination. His priority is building a wedding house, drinking water tank in the village, improving sanitary facilities and building broken roads, as well as changing the state of the sub-health center. He said the villagers were being given the benefits of government programs. Grocery cards are issued for those eligible individuals who are denied access to cheap government galley rations. Will also work to start beneficiary’s widow and old age pension. Pradhan says tireless efforts are being made to improve the living standards of the underprivileged.
Headmaster’s profile
Pradhan Rashmi’s educational qualification is MA Hindi.
Her husband Pavitra Singh’s main occupation is agriculture.
Lack of basic medical and educational facilities
The population of Paniyali Kasimpur, a Jat-dominated village in the Deoband Block, is around 6,000. This village, which is three kilometers from Talheri Buzurg, is famous for its Gurudwara Chhathi Patshahi. Most of the roads in the village are paved, but some roads are paved. There is a primary school in the village, but for further studies the children have to come to Talheri, three kilometers away. Although there is a sub-health center in the village, there is a lack of facilities. Due to the rare arrival of medical staff, the villagers have to resort to private doctors.

Deodorant tape (Saharanpur). This time, Rashmi was elected head of the village in Gram Panchayat Paniyali Kasimpur. She says that she will do the development work in the village without discrimination. His priority is building a wedding house, drinking water tank in the village, improving sanitary facilities and building broken roads, as well as changing the state of the sub-health center. He said that the benefits of government programs would be made available to the villagers. Grocery cards are issued for those eligible individuals who are denied access to cheap government galley rations. Will also work to start beneficiary’s widow and old age pension. Pradhan says tireless efforts are being made to improve the living standards of the underprivileged.

Headmaster’s profile

Pradhan Rashmi’s educational qualification is MA Hindi.

Her husband Pavitra Singh’s main occupation is agriculture.

Lack of basic medical and educational facilities

The population of Paniyali Kasimpur, a Jat-dominated village in the Deoband Block, is around 6,000. This village, which is three kilometers from Talheri Buzurg, is famous for its Gurudwara Chhathi Patshahi. Most of the roads in the village are paved, but some roads are paved. There is a primary school in the village, but for further studies the children have to come to Talheri, three kilometers away. Although there is a sub-health center in the village, there is a lack of facilities. Due to the rare arrival of medical staff, the villagers have to resort to private doctors.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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