MPLAD implementation through Good governance

implementation of the MPLAD through good agency is the prime duty of People’s representatives. Choosing the area of work and handing over of the project to good people is the duty of MP. The tax payers money should be used to more in-accessable remote villages. The people who need good medical treatment in their habitat with less strain and money is the real democratic governance. I chose Pulial village on the backward area of Devakottai block. Due to my previous experience of investing to quick accessible location to larger population as the basic criteria St Joseph Nursing school run by Christian Nuns lead by Sister Motcham is well administered by them. Hence I allotted for Nursing student Library for the Girls who are from remote villages and hamlets belonging to poor agricultural labourers family. 

HIV/ AIDS affected family children are in need of boarding and good school. For them also allotted money, The out patients coming from deep villages should get maximum health care. For that also fund was allotted for nursing home building . 

Remote villagers need immediate access to medical facilities.Ambulance fitted with oxygen sylinder and modern equip ments was also provided. In four year period I allotted around ₹64,00,000 for all these facilities.



About Dr. E.M. Sudarsana Natchiappan MA ML( USA) Ph D

Dr. E.M. Sudarsana Natchiappan, was a Member of Parliment - Lok Sabha one term and two terms Rajya Sabha and Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industy, New Delhi Sr.Lawyer ,Supreme court of India, NewDelhi, India. President, Indian society of International Law, New Delhi Founder of 21st century International School, Sivagangai Tamil Nadu. Author of books WTO and India, RTI and others
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