Nagpur: Guardian Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule announced that cement concrete houses will be constructed for poor, farm labourers in Mohpa under Prime Minister Awas Yojana. “Once the Municipal Council elections are over, my first job will be construct cement houses for those poor people, farm labourers who now possess tile, tin houses,” Bawankule said while addressing election meeting in Mohpa for BJP-Shiv Sena candidates contesting Nagar Parishad polls.
Others seated on dais include BJP District President Dr Rajiv Potdar, ex-legislator Ashok Mankar, ex-MLA Ashish Jaiswal, Emeshwar Yavalkar, Bapusaheb Halde, Ramesh Mankar, Sonba Musale, Arun Singh Pawar, Sanjay Shinde, Chimote Guruji, Vijay Wankhede, presidential candidate Vandana Yavalkar, Sajid Pathan, Ramesh Charjan and others.
“Planning is being done to transform Mohpa into best city. The city will get a facelift with the implementation of State and Central Government’s 110 development schemes. People of Mohpa must ensure victory of BJP-Shiv Sena candidates in next Nagar Parishad elections for overall development of the town, Bawankule urged.
Demonetization is permanent trouble for donation seekers:
Addressing another election meeting in Kalmeshwar, the Guardian Minister said that the demonetization decision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has caused a permanent trouble for illegal donation seekers in colleges. Bank loan defaulters have been pushed to the edge. Therefore, “Akrosh Morchas” are being taken out by the demonetization-affected persons.
The poll meeting was attended by other leaders including North Nagpur MLA Dr Milind Mane, BJP District President Dr Rajiv Potdar, ex-legislator Ashok Mankar, Ashok Dhote, Dilip Jadhav, presidential candidate Smruti Mahadeo Ikhar, Prakash Warudkar and others.
“The Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has taken the significant decision by which Nagar Parishad President is elected directly by people. Moreover, the elected President has been given enormous powers to carry out development works on his own and people’s demands. Therefore, people should ensure victory of BJP candidate for the post for overall development of Kalmeshwar,” Bawankule appealed.
Supporting demonetization decision, Bawankule said that trouble is brewing for those who sought illegal donations in colleges, black money hoarders, those who “looted” banks by defaulting loans and scams. But now the situation has changed. Banks have now enough currency. It will result in poor people receiving loans at cheaper rates. “Kalmeshwar will soon have 24×7 water supply scheme,” Bawankule said.