More villages threaten to boycott poll; DC attempts to address grievances
| Sunday | 31st March, 2019
In the next 15 days, these officials will focus on addressing the grievances of the villagers,” he said.
“Officials have been visiting these villagers and persuading the villagers to vote.
Among our demands is also constant power supply so that our children can study at night and agricultural land is irrigated.
Ironically, 10 months down the line, all they have received are verbal assurances and nothing concrete on the ground.Residents of nearby Madyakda, too, have decided to boycott the election.
“The village hasn’t seen any significant development in the last 25 years.
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