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UPA Govt. has enacted various people friendly laws: Manish Tewari

Ludhiana, Dec 5 : Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari has said that the UPA Government at the Centre has enacted various people friendly laws for the benefit of all sections of the society including the farmers.


Addressing a large gathering at village Lohara of Ludhiana district yesterday, he said now it is for the states to pass on the benefit of central laws to the people without any discrimination.

Tewari asserted that development must be uniform and indiscriminate. He said that it is unfortunate that the states were presenting various welfare schemes like food Security Act, Pradhanmantri Gram Sadak Yojna and other similar schemes as their own.

Manish Tewari also distributed cheques of grant of Rs. 70 lakh from his MP's Local Area Development Fund to the different village for the various development works and also lays foundation stones of various projects.

Tewari said that his purpose was to properly distribute the money from his MPLAD fund across the constituency.

The grant were distributed for constructing streets, health centre , Dharmshala, cremation grounds and mobile water tankers to the various village of Dakha and Ludhiana south assembly segment .

--ANI (Posted on 05-12-2013)

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