No work, no vote
Chhindwada told candidates
thirty-odd villages in Madhya Pradesh used the recent assembly elections to press an unusual demand: increase the number of employment days under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act 2005 (nrega) from 100 to 150.
Twenty-eight villages in Saunsar tehsil in Chhindwada district asked the candidates vying for assembly seats to include the demand in their election manifesto, while two villages
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