Jairampura Baal Sarpanch Payal Jabdoliya makes demands to Rajasthan Panchayati Raj Minister

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On the occasion of International Children’s Day, in Baal Panchayat organised by Digital Baal Mela, Baal Sarpanch from Jayrampura, Payal Jabdoliya, presented her demands in front of State Panchayati Raj Minister Ramesh Chand Meena.

Jaipur. Digital Baal Mela organised a Baal Panchayat on the occasion of International Children’s Day. On this occasion, Panchayati Raj Minister in Rajasthan Government Ramesh Chand Meena attended as the chief guest. Along with this, Baal Sarpanch under Main Bhi Baal Sarpanch campaign of Jairampura village Payal Jabdoliya also participated in this program and placed her demands in front of Panchayati Raj Minister.

What did Payal say?

Payal said that the Government of India is aware, which has increased the decision making ability of children. Being a Sarpanch is not a big thing but being a good citizen is a big thing. According to Payal, as a good citizen, one should protect rights and perform duties. Talking about the problems in her village, Payal said that the government school in her village does not have a science stream, there are no road lights on the roads, there is no health centre in village and there is no government college for girls. Payal demanded to Panchayati Raj Minister to solve these problems.

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