Crores spent to welcome industrialists but no investment came...

Anil Chaturvedi from Jabalpur says like the recent Investors meet in Khajuraho last month there was a similar event in Jabalpur last year when Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh came to the city with many industrial houses. Government had said all the industries will come and the state will be developed. People were frightened. Whatever the reasons none of the industries came but roads built to welcome those industrialists have now gone back to same pot hole situation as they were before

Posted on: Dec 11, 2010. Tags: Anil Chaturvedi

Villagers should get together to get their legitimate rights

Anil Chaturvedi from Jabalpur reports from a village where people from 20 villages got together to discuss about their right to life. He interviews two men through his mobile phone, who tell them that we villagers need to get together to fight and get our rights in government policies. They have also learned that men and women need to get together to win this fight

Posted on: Dec 10, 2010. Tags: Anil Chaturvedi

Jeene Ka Adhikar Abhiyan spreads to more villages in Jabalpur

Anil Chaturvedi from Jabalpur is reporting that more villages have joined in the Jeene Ka Adhikar abhiyan in their meeting on 2nd October where more people from 10 villages have taken oath to not abuse women and children and not to use children for fetching gutka and cigarette. They have also agreed to contribute food for the organization building.

Posted on: Oct 03, 2010. Tags: Anil Chaturvedi

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