Nagpur: Shiv Sena candidate Kiran Pandav, contesting the October 15 Assembly election from South Nagpur constituency, has reiterated his determination to resolve various problems being faced by labourers and workers. Embarking on a public contact tour and “Padayatra” from Somwari Quarters in Raghuji Nagar on Friday (October 10), Kiran Pandav declared, “I will not leave a stone unturned in resolving burning issues of labourers and workers.”
Before starting his campaigning, Kiran Pandav visited Chhota Tajbagh in Raghuji Nagar at 8.30 in the morning and offered “Chadar” at the Dargah. A huge crowd of citizens and workers was present and greeted the Shiv Sena nominee with slogans “Kiranbhau Aage Badho, Ham Tumhare Saath Hai” “Jai Maharashtra” “Vare Dhanush-Ban Aa Gaya Dhanush-Ban” “Dakshin Nagpur Ka Neta Kaisa Ho, Kiranbhau Jaisa Ho.”
Thereafter, Kiran Pandav visited Raghuji Nagar, Ayurvedic Layout, Old Somwaripeth, New Somwaripeth, Jawahar Nagar, Old Ayodhya Nagar, and other areas of South Nagpur. The “Padayatra” culminated at Chhota Tajbagh in Raghuji Nagar where he addressed a poll meeting in the presence of hundreds of citizens and workers.
Kiran Pandav was welcomed at many places by cheering people with garlands and bouquets. Pandav sought blessings of elderly citizens for his victory in the Assembly election.
Others who accompanied Kiran Pandav included Girish Pandav, Anil Nagrare, Vice President Shiv Sena Rural District, Yuva Sena District Chief Hitesh Yadav, Yogendra Tiwari, Yogendra Tiwari, Rahul Chandel, Ganesh Chaudhary, Mukesh Shahu, Mohd Ashraf Ali, Arshad Ali, Nanda Deshmukh, Shabana Khan, Tabassum Ali, Maya Chawre, Shilpa Sontakke, Rajendra Raut, Darne Guruji, Rasik Ranekar, and others.