Pankaj Singh, accompanied by Lucknow Metropolitan Unit President Anand Dwivedi and party workers, visited the Jalalpur Basti slum in Alamnagar, Lucknow. He engaged with the local community, enlightening them about various public welfare schemes implemented by both the central and Yogi governments.
In a proactive gesture under the ‘Seva Pakhwada’ campaign, Uttar Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Vice President and Noida MLA, Pankaj Singh, led a delegation to the Jalalpur Basti slum in Alamnagar, Lucknow. Accompanied by Lucknow Metropolitan Unit President Anand Dwivedi and dedicated party workers, Singh engaged with the local community.
He passionately elucidated the array of public welfare programs instituted by both the central and Yogi governments. These initiatives are meticulously crafted to elevate the lives of Dalits and the underprivileged sections of society. This endeavor reflects the BJP’s commitment to empowering the marginalized and fostering positive change within the community.
Addressing a ‘Chaupal’ gathering, Pankaj Singh reiterated the Bharatiya Janata Party’s unwavering commitment to upholding Dr. Ambedkar’s legacy. He emphasized the government’s dedication to realizing Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay’s vision of Antyodaya, ensuring that the advantages of welfare initiatives extend to the most vulnerable individuals in society. Singh’s words reflect the BJP’s tireless efforts in creating an inclusive and empowered community for all.
During his address, Pankaj Singh commended Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visionary leadership, highlighting the impactful measures taken for the welfare of slum dwellers. Singh emphasized the ongoing nationwide cleanliness campaign conducted under ‘Seva Pakhwada’, illustrating how government initiatives have positively transformed the lives of those residing in slums.
Despite initial skepticism, Singh praised the steadfast commitment of the government and its leaders, including PM Modi, in enhancing the living conditions of the underprivileged, showcasing significant progress in the nation’s development efforts.