Sagar cautions PRs against misleading campaigners
Jammu, Apr 26: Asserting that the Government was keen to establish a vibrant Panchayati Raj System in the state, the Minister for Rural Development and Panchayat Raj, Ali Muhammad Sagar today asked Panchayat Representatives(PRS) not to pay any heed to the misleading campaign unleashed by some elements and concentrate on the development of their respective areas.
The Minister while interacting with Panchs and Sarpanchs of Bhalwal block here said, “People should look into the designs of such elements who do not want these grass root level institutions to flourish in the state. They have always resorted to divisive tactics to further their nefarious designs and political agenda.”
“Panchayti Raj Act promulgated by the Government is a comprehensive one proving for full empowerment of Panchayti Raj Representatives,” he added.
He reiterated government’s commitment to hold elections for block councils and said the same would soon become a reality putting the swirling tongues to the rest. “We have ensured that the power is transmitted to the grass root level instead of resorting to rhetoric and spreading false propaganda besides dividing people on basis on region and other related factors,” he added.
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