Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Sisva has set up an illustrative landmark in village administration

In Sisva village of Anand District in Gujarat has recently set up an illustrative landmark, by selecting unanimously only young unmarried girls of an age between 18 to 22 years as its Gram Panchayat Members, including its Sarpanch Hinalben Shaileshbhai Patel. It is also its fourth consecutive unanimous selection of all its Gram Panchayat Members, without any election, by this united electoral community of village Sisva. Such an unity at the smallest unit of an electoral body is not only meant to save lots of public money but also a symbol of strength to work together with unity, in the large interest and  progress of their village. And now for this term, the selection of all these young educated girls in the administration of a village has reinforced the strength and vision of this village for its pretty good future. So this is not only a big illustration to all our villages, but also other electoral units like Municipalities, Corporation, Taluka Panchayat as well as District Panchayat, where more and more involvement of selected young generation could be a new gateway for a total revolution,meant for development and progress at large.

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