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RAMBAN: A public celebration cum thankful programme were organised by locals of Panchyat Senebhat, Parishatn, Pingloga, Bhimara and Hochak for fulfilling their long pending demand since decades for upgrading High School Senabhati which falls in Tehsil Pogal Paristan District Ramban. The celebration programme were presided over by Ex-Mos Education Priya Sethi and Member in Ministry of HRD Govt. of India Pawan Sharma in which hundreds of people from different areas were participated and over whelming welcomed with local traditional culture by the locals.
The BJP leaders who presided over the programme said that the concerned MLA has been befooling the public regarding the upgradation of H.S. Senabhati for the last ten years and he has not even recommended the name of above mentioned school for upgradation. The upgradation of H.S. Senabhati to the level of Higher Secondary was possible due to the personal efforts of Member in HRD Minister Pawan Sharma and recommendation of the then MoS for education Priya Sethi. The BJP leaders appealed to the general public for their continuous support and faith in the party for their overall development. The people of different Panchayat namely Senabhati, Paristan, Bhingara, Ringloga and Hochak also thanked to BJP leadership and Govt. for fulfilling their long pending demand and said that they would continue support the party. Other BJP leaders who graced the occasion included District President Ramban Ramesh Kumar Sharma, Vice-President Ramban District Ranbir Singh Sumbria, Social Media Incharge Ramban, Block President Ramsoo and Banihal Rakesh Sharma and Narad Singh and Saleem Bhat and Surjeet Singh Vistarak Banihal Constituency.
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