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Kisan Sangh Election Indore: Election of new executive committee of Malwa province of Kisan Sangh, Surya becomes president, rioting general secretary
Indore, Nai Duniya representative Kisan Sangh Election Indore. The new executive was elected in the session of the Malwa province of the Indian Farmers Association. In this, Ramprasad Surya was elected as the new president of Malwa province while Ramesh Dangi was made the general minister. This executive committee is elected for three years. Representatives and workers of Kisan Sangh’s districts were present in the convention held at Mai Mangeshkar Auditorium on Saturday.
Provincial Pracharak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RRS) Baliram Patel, who was present as the chief guest in the convention, said that farmers should not be limited to agriculture only. Farmers are an integral part of society and nation, so they should be equally aware of other problems of society and country. That worker is the best, who considers the society and the nation along with himself. All India Co-Organization Minister of Kisan Sangh Gajendra Singh also addressed. The present state president of the farmers union, Kamal Anjana, presented the circle of the farmers union that the farmers union is active in 102 tehsils of Malwa province.
In the last years we have contacted in 6000 villages. During this, 5 lakh saplings were planted, organic haats were planted and two lakh 74 thousand rupees were given to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund during the corona period. The women workers of the Sangh set a perfect example by donating blood. In the convention, the guests also released the Sangh’s souvenir Krishak Utthan. In the program, Regional Organization Minister Mahesh Chaudhary, State Organization Minister Atul Maheshwari, State President Rambharos Basotia, State General Secretary Rajendra Paliwal, State Treasurer Laxminarayan Patel were special guests. Mahesh Choudhary was the Returning Officer. The office bearers of the elected executive were felicitated by wearing safa. The office bearers of Agar, Ujjain and Shajapur districts and tehsils, who made maximum members of the farmers union, were honored by giving mementoes.
Posted By: Sameer Deshpande