Gadchiroli Feb. 22 (District Correspondent) An important meeting of All India Republican Party Taluka Kurkheda was recently held at Government Rest House in Kurkheda.
Party’s Central Vice President Rohidas Raut, State Secretary Prof. Rajan Borkar, State Secretary Keshavrao Samrutwar, District President Hansraj Undirwade, Armori Assembly Chief Krishnaji Chaudhary, Taluka President Krishnaji Sahare, Kurkheda Taluka Mahila Aghadi President Madhuri Dhawle were mainly present in this meeting.
In this meeting, organizational affairs were discussed in detail and it was decided to strengthen the Republican Party in Kurkheda Taluka by working vigorously on the people’s issue. In this meeting, detailed views were exchanged on various problems of Kurkheda taluka.
Many important issues of Kurkheda taluka were raised in the meeting by the workers. They included Load shedding in Kurkheda taluka should be stopped immediately and regular electricity supply should be provided to the farmers, new bridge should be constructed over Sati river and the height of the bridge should be increased, clean drinking water should be made available in Kurkheda town in abundance, Gharkula owners should be given permanent leases, all hand pumps in the taluka should be connected through solar energy, Samaj Bhavan should be constructed at Nanhi village, aid of at least three lakh rupees should be given for Gharkul construction, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Cultural Bhavan should be rebuilt after taking strict action against those who demolished it, construction of internal roads in Kurkheda city should be expedited, pandan roads leading to Shet Shiwar be constructed etc.
A warning was also given in the meeting that if these demands are not met immediately, the Republican Party will launch an intensive agitation.
Ms. Vasanthi Meshram, Sanghamitra Dhavale, Panchsheela Sahare, Vandana Tembhurne, Priyatama Sahare, Sheila Dongre, Mamta Sahare, Lakshmi Jambhulkar, Sindhu Raut, Savita Jambhulkar, Priyatma Sahare and many other workers were present in this meeting.
Republican Party workers pose for photograph after the meeting.