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Khammam: Sarpanch posts mostly bagged by educated youth

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Jan 26, 2019, 8:29 am IST
Updated Jan 26, 2019, 8:29 am IST
Tejavat Ramesh, a graduate, was elected unanimously as sarpanch of Sankaragirithanda under Nelakondapalli mandal.
Unlike in earlier times, the educated youth in the villages were seen coming forward and participating in the elections. (Representational Image)
 Unlike in earlier times, the educated youth in the villages were seen coming forward and participating in the elections. (Representational Image)

Kothagudem/Khammam: Recently, gram panchayat elections have been witnessing a positive attitude of educated youth towards elections.

Unlike in earlier times, the educated youth in the villages were seen coming forward and participating in the elections.

 

Rudrajarani Kapa of Gauram gram panchayat coming under Penuballimandal, who was elected as sarpanch, has completed B.Ed; M. Ashok of Adavimallala and graduate Kiran Reddy of Tallapenta of the same mandal were also elected as sarpanch. Above 25 per cent of those elected to sarpanch posts had passed Class X, intermediate and Degree.

In Kamepalli mandal, around seven sarpanches against 25 in the mandal are literate. Interestingly, the number of literate sarpanches is impressive even in Agency areas.

Kapula Mallikarjuna Rao, who was elected sarpanch of Kesavapuram, coming under Charla mandal, is a graduate and he assured development of the village.

 

Tejavat Ramesh, a graduate, was elected unanimously as sarpanch of Sankaragirithanda under Nelakondapalli mandal.

Nelluri Anitha of Kattkacharam, a graduate, was elected as sarpanch in the election. She said that she will make the local people aware about education and health. In Dammapet and Aswaraopet mandals, around 25 five per cent sarpanches were literates.

Kaka Anusha, MA, B.Ed holder was elected as sarpanch of Ankampalem under Dammapet mandal. She said that youth should come into politics for the development  of their respective villages.

 

“An educated sarpanch can easily notice the issues in the village and find out a solution for them,” she said.

A change was also witnessed among  the people to elect educated persons as sarpanches, instead of illiterates. Patwarigudem, under Dammapet mandal, also elected Mogili Anjali, a B.Com graduate. M. Bhaskar, a retired teacher said, “It is a good sign and the educated youth should come forward  to take part in the development of the village. Educated youth jumped into elections in Madhira, Bonakal, Errupalem, Madhira, Chintakani, Mudigonda, Kusmanchi, Manuguru, Pinapaka, Burgampahad and Annapureddipalli mandals in both the districts.

 

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