This campaign, being run on the model of public participation of Team Gram Pathshala, impressed the Chief Minister so much that he kept on listening to them with concentration for nearly half-an-hour.
Greater Noida: Team Gram Pathshala which started from the village of Ganauli in Ghaziabad district’s Loni Tehsil has set up modern libraries in more than 350 villages across seven states of the country in a span of two years. The initiative has gathered momentum with the public participation from across the society and this campaign of Team Gram Pathshala remains a topic of discussion across the country.
Taking further steps in this direction, members of team Gram Pathshala met Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath. The team members, during the interaction, informed the Chief Minister about the campaign being run to open libraries in remote areas.
This campaign, being run on the model of public participation of team Gram Pathshala, impressed the Chief Minister so much that he kept on listening to them with concentration for nearly half-an-hour. The CM said, “There cannot be a better model of public participation.”
The Chief Minister also assured full support and cooperation from his government in this campaign. He also blessed team Gram Pathshala which is making all efforts to make India a “Land of Libraries”.
Local area MLA Dhirendra Singh was the initiator of the meeting of team Gram Pathshala with the UP Chief Minister. The local MLA also praised the work of Team Gram Pathshala and requested Yogi Adityanath to inspect some libraries built by the Gram Pathshala. The Chief Minister happily accepted his proposal.
On the occasion, members of Team Gram Pathshala Ajay Pal Nagar, Neelam Bhati, Amit Bhati and Praveen Baisla among others were present.