Sunday, April 29, 2018

‘Ujwala’ enables villages with gas connections

Dignitaries present when 100 houses were provided gas connections 
through Sinhagad Road’s Shriram gas agency and Ambi village’s 
Grampanchayat through Ujwala plus program.

PUNE: Utilizing wood as a burning component in kitchens affects women’s health. This has caused increment in number of women experiencing throat, eyes, lungs and heart issues. The Ujjawala program has been started in the nation to maintain a strategic distance from these issues caused by smoke and make women more competent.

Through the Ujjawala program, in excess of 3 crore houses have been given gas associations and the administration aims at another 5 crore houses. The thought process of the Ujjawala development is to make towns consuming no wood, cited Food and common supplies' minister Girish Bapat.

He spoke while 100 houses were provided gas connections by him through Sinhagad Road’s Shriram gas agency and Ambi village’s Grampanchayat through Ujjawala program. The event witnessed presence of MLA Bhimrao Tapkir, sarpanch Pushpa Nivangune, Rajendra Nivangune, Balasaheb Pasalkar, Tanaji More, Shriram Gas agency’s Mayuresh Joshi, Uday Joshi along with many other dignitaries.

Girish Bapat said, alike Ujjawala program there are more than 120 programs of central government, more than 100 of state government and close to 25 initiated by Pune district. Each villager must take the benefit of these programs initiated by the administration. No plans can be executed single handedly; it requires people’s participation and support to make them reach every corner of the country.


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