‘Lack of development won’t be allowed in Hindoli-Nainwan area’

Rajasthan’s Minister of State for Information and Public Relations Ashok Chandna (Photo/Rajasthan Govt)

Jaipur: Rajasthan’s Minister of State for Information and Public Relations Ashok Chandna said that lack of development won’t be allowed in the Hindoli-Nainwan area of ​​the Bundi district.

According to a Rajasthan Government’s press release, Chandna said this while addressing the villagers present in a programme at Devnarayan temple in Aklor village near Chatarganj in Bundi district on January 19, 2022.

He said that in the last three years, ample work has been sanctioned and started in the field of education, medicine, roads, drinking water, electricity in Hindoli-Nainwan.

“Once these works are completed then the people of the area will get their benefit. Arrangements for higher education have been made for the youth by opening 5 new colleges in the area,” the release quoted him as saying.

The Minister said that this region is not lagging behind in terms of the development of roads.

“A network of roads is being constructed, which will provide better transportation facility to the common man. In the coming days, small villages and habitations would be connected by roads.”

He said that understanding the plight of the farmers of the area, relief was given during the winter season by providing electricity supply during the day.

“Apart from this, a big relief has been given to the farmer by constructing an agricultural market in Hindoli to sell the produce. The work of one thousand crore Chambal drinking water project has started, which will provide a permanent solution to the drinking water problem of the area,” Chandna said, adding that no such area in the region, where development has not knocked.

Chandna also handed over the acceptance letter for the building to the officials of the trust on the spot on the demand of community building by the temple trust. He said that soon the amount would be sanctioned for the construction of the community building.

Shri Devnarayan Mandir Trust officials, regional public representatives, former public representatives, who were present on the occasion, felicitated Chandna. Ramlal Gurjar, Kanhaiya Lal, Ramesh Poswal, Gyarsi Lal, and others addressed the programme. (Press Release)


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