A new era of development in Mahadevapura
n In rural and urban blend,
development work without discrimination has touched all corners of the constituency
ahadevapura, is an assembly segment blended with villages, cosmopolitan extensions and peaceful outskirt towns. It is not only an industrial hub, but also houses several multi- national companies. Working class as well soft-skilled techies are spread across the constituency. It is diverse in terms of its language, religion and culture. Like India, Mahadevapura is in itself a place of diversities. One never believes, but truth is that, the most number of NRIs are located here. Constituency, which is named after Lord Shiva is vibrant, vivid and spectacular as Lord Shiva himself! It was quite natural for such a diverse constituency to have elected a versatile, experienced personality like Arvind Limbavali four years ago. Arvind Limbavali has made honest efforts to provide justice to his position. All these progress has been achieved through a transparent; no compromise on quality system is what humble Arvind Limbavali had to say. Asphalting and concreting of roads, Construction of bridges, pavements, repair and maintenance of drainage, pedestrian ways, Street lights, Bore wells, development of lakes, Community halls, toilets, state highways, High-mast lights, women empowerment training and community halls, school buildings – are the overall developmental activities undertaken. Such developmental works, which have been catered to all the sects of the society, are examples of Arvind Limbavali’s able and successful management of his responsibility as a legislator. Such successfully completed and ongoing projects have made Arvind Limbavali proud of his work. He is also happy that all these projects have been fruitfully accomplished on time with the strong support of party workers, Government officials and cooperation of the public.
Published on Dec 3, 2012
A book on the developmental activities carried out by Shri Arvind Limbavali in Mahadevapura Assembly Constituency during 2008-12. The book...