January 30, 2013

Darbar held at Rewari village

Posted by Yadav On 3:06 PM No comments
GURGAON: In an attempt to take governance at the doorstep of villagers, Rewari district administration held 'Khula Darbar' in Dahina village on Tuesday. Under this programme, deputy commissioner and team of administrative officers lived in camps in the village on Monday night.

A cultural event was also organized in the village school by a local cultural group. The artistes presented a play on female feticide and on importance of literacy. The play was directed by theater personality Satish Mastan.

"As Khula Darbar is meant for addressing public grievances, many problems were addressed on the spot," said Surajbhan, DPRO, Rewari.

"We are trying to educate villagers about hygiene. The education, health and cleanliness are co-related with each other and the educated citizen could be maintained fully neatness his house, village and surrounding. The villagers would be educated about the government schemes and the eligibility criterion," said C G Rajnikanthan, deputy commissioner, Rewari.

A sanitary campaign was initiated on Tuesday morning, which was followed by a sporting event. The "Khula Darbar" started at 10.30 and officers from 10 different departments were present to hear public grievances.


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