Jaipur: Laado Chaupal, first of its kinds of informal gathering which aims to aware people about the existing govt schemes was organised by Patrika Media Action Group at Ramnagaria Village. As many as 300 villagers including. Women, men, children from all walks of life participated in the gathering and discussed the current issues existing in their village.
In the meeting representatives from Education Department, PHED Dept, Women Empowerment Department, Councillor were also present. Water scarcity, lack of play grounds, roads, lack of dispensary, were some of the issues discussed in the meeting.
Most of the people complained about the lack of infrastructure, lack of teachers in the government school and demanded quality education for their children. Women also complained that due to lack of toilets most of the girls miss their schools. Responding to their questions, Education officer, Manoj Gupta said, “Education Department is trying their level best to make government schools ideal place to study but it will take sometime.”
JP Gupta from PHED Dept assured villagers that bisalpur water supply will soon be started and water scarcity will be no longer there. Rajkumari Hala, Program Director at Women empowerment department briefed villagers about the girl rights and her stressed that she should be equally educated in the society.
At the concluding note all the participants took a pledge for happy life. Kshipra Mathur, Senior News Editor with Rajasthan Patrika in her closing speech briefed the participants about existing government schemes and social welfare campaigns of Patrika such as Neenv , LAADO, Ahsaas etc.
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