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March 18, 2015

1 Crore for development of Bhari village: Darda

Vijay Darda, who has adopted Bhari village in Yavatmal district, took a tour of the village and laid the foundation for the construction of toilet saying that it would inspire citizens. He discussed the problems with villagers and gave a patient hearing to their problems. Darda enquired about the facilities available at the village and exhorted the cooperation from the villagers to bring Bhari village on the world map.

The Bhari village in Yavatmal district will be transformed into an ideal village and would be brought into the national mainstream, said chairman of Editorial Board of Lokmat Media and member of Rajya Sabha Vijay Darda while announcing a fund of 1 crore for the development of the village. Darda was speaking at a free cancer check-up and treatment camp organised at the village in memory of Sakhi Manch founder and president Jyotsna Darda on Wednesday.

Bhari village in Yavatmal district has been adopted by Vijay Darda under the Parliamentary Ideal Village Development Programme declared by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Speaking further on the occasion, Darda said it was the name ‘Bhari’ that attracted him to develop the village. Though this village is near the city yet it is miles away from the village. He said he would turn it into a most beautiful village. Darda said he has appointed Arvind Pande as the coordinator at his own cost and a blueprint for the development of the village is being prepared. Darda said public participation is important for development of any place and if he got the support and cooperation from the villagers, he would turn the village into an ideal place.

He further assured that he would bring Prime Minister to this village. He also said that there was no shortage of funds for development but lacking were vision and planning. He said he would make available the required funds for the development of the village. Those present on the occasion included Central India Cancer Institute’s Dr Ajay Mehta, collector Rahul Ranjan Mahiwal, ZP chief executive officer Dr Mallinath Kalasetti, ZP vice president Bal Mangulakara, Vasantrao Naik Government Medical College dean Dr Ashok Rathod, superintendent Dr Kishore Ingole and Bhari village sarpanch Vasudeva Gadekar.