has made remarkable progress in her first term in office. In Amte Gram Pnachayat, comprising Amagaon, Amte, Gavase, Habbanatti, and Kalamani villages, Dr. Nimabalkar has led development work worth 7 crores that includes building eight classrooms, Anganwadi buildings, two bridge-cum-barrages, a check dam, and toilet blocks. She has also provided water tap connections to more than 250 households, sanctioned four Valmiki Bhavans, and implemented the MSW scheme.
The benefits of Dr. Nimabalkar’s development work are enormous. The construction of classrooms and Anganwadi buildings has opened the doors of education for the children of these villages. The bridge-cum-barrages have enhanced connectivity, making healthcare and education services more accessible to the people. The check dam is a vital step towards water conservation in the region, which is primarily dependent on agriculture. The provision of water tap connections and toilet blocks has improved sanitation facilities, leading to better public health.
Dr. Nimabalkar’s efforts to provide housing for the Valmiki community are praiseworthy. The Valmiki Bhavan scheme is a government initiative to provide housing to people belonging to the Valmiki community. Dr. Nimabalkar’s sanctioning of four Valmiki Bhavans in Amte Gram Pnachayat has led to better living conditions for the Valmiki community in the area.
Moreover, Dr. Nimabalkar’s implementation of the MSW scheme in the Panchayat is a critical step towards managing waste in an eco-friendly way. The scheme aims to manage and dispose of waste generated in urban areas efficiently. With its implementation, Dr. Nimabalkar has promoted cleanliness and hygiene in the region.
Dr. Nimabalkar’s achievements are impressive and deserving of recognition. However, the impact of her work can only be felt if it is appropriately communicated to the public. It is crucial to ensure that her efforts reach a wider audience.