Under the banner of Regional Development Forum Lambloo of Hamirpur district, local people have demonstrated in a unique manner in the entire Lambloo market area in strong protest against the decision of denotifying institutions. In Lambloo market, local people have raised slogans and protested against the decision of Himachal Pradesh Government to denotify institutions by tying posters around the neck of goats. People from eight local Panchayats, Mahila Mandal members and Yuvak Mandal members as well as all the Panchayat representatives have participated in the massive protest held in Lambloo market.
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The public anger rally organized in Lambloo Bazaar first reached the main courtyard of the Panchayat Ghar and all the people gathered in the main courtyard along with the Panchayat representatives and all the officials of the Vikas Manch also addressed the public. After the public outrage rally, a memorandum has been submitted by all the villagers to Naib Tehsildar Lambloo.
Along with submitting the memorandum, the people of Lambloo have warned that if all the demands are not met within the next three months, the villagers of Lambloo Panchayat may be forced to carry out violent agitation.
Lambloo Gram Panchayat head Kartar Singh Chauhan told Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma that the entire people of Lambloo area have been victims of the discriminatory attitude of every government. The most worrying thing is that till date this Lambloo area has been kept far away from even basic facilities. On the continuous demand of the people of Lambloo area, Primary Health Centre, Degree College and Veterinary Dispensary Center were established during the tenure of the previous state government.
By denotifying all the institutions, the present ruling Congress Party government had given an assurance that after the review meeting, all the necessary institutions will be opened with immediate effect, but till now not a single institution has been denotified.
Kaiharvi Gram Panchayat head Gaurav Sharma has said that Himachal Pradesh government should pay attention to all the demands of eight panchayats.
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