Published On : Tue, Oct 7th, 2014

Mulak assures jobs in Mihan to local youths, project-hit people, ‘pattas’ to slum-dwellers


Mulak sabha
Nagpur:
Congress candidate Rajendra Mulak, who is fighting the October 15 Assembly election from Kamptee constituency, has expressed confidence that Congress will emerge victorious with absolute majority and will rule Maharashtra with renewed vigour for welfare of people. Mulak embarked on a whirlwind tour of Khapri-Dongargaon Circle areas in his constituency.

A large number of people welcomed Mulak during his “Padayatra” with womenfolk according a traditional welcome by drawing ‘Rangolis’ and performing ‘Aarti’. The favourable atmosphere created enthusiasm among workers who strived hard for Mulak’s victory.

At the outset, the Congress candidate visited MHADA Colony in Khapri area and inaugurated his poll office. Later, he took out a “Padayatra” and traversed Kalkuhi, Telhara, Dahegaon, Parsodi, Panjri, Chaturang Housing Society, Snehi Park Colony and other areas. Mulak also visited the famous Dunda Hanuman Temple and offered his obeisance.

“Khapri Circle is rapidly developing due to Mihan industrialization. Jobs in Mihan will be provided to local youths and project-affected people on priority basis. Similarly, all-out efforts will be made to distribute ‘Pattas” (Ownership rights) to slum-dwellers in Parsodi,” assured Mulak during his tour of the areas. He also addressed corner meetings and interacted with people at Shankarpur, Gotadpanjri, Velahari, Kanhalgaon, Kharsoli, Salaigodhni, Kaldongri, Banwadi, Pewtha, Varoda, Rui, Gavsi Manapur, Jamtha, Dongargaon, Ghuti and other areas.

Others who participated in Mulak’s tour include Ramesh Bhoyar, Purshottam Kamble, Hira Borkar, Prakash Nagpure, Prabhakar Varhade, Arun Mahakalkar, Dadu Deshmukh, Amol Misal, Raju Bhoyar, Bhola Kodape, Pratibha Horey, Ishwar Bhojankar, Vasant Banait, Sarpanch Parbata Atram, Gita Mahakalkar, Sunita Jaiswal, Sangita Kokate, Vanita Mahakalkar, Usha Zade, D D Sontakke, Vitthal Jumde, Balwant Ganar, Amar Sahare, Suresh Wankhede, Sangita Wankhede and others.