Pinakin Shukla meets Amit Shah to discuss the development of Mahisagar and Panchmahal district in Gujarat
Pinakin Shukla meets Amit Shah to discuss the development of Mahisagar and Panchmahal district in Gujarat

On various occasions, Pinakin Shukla has raised the bar with respect to the development of the Mahisagar district in Gujarat. The politician and social worker recently met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP President Jagat Prakash Nadda along with the Panchmahal Member of Parliament Ratansinh Rathod. In their meeting, the political leaders discussed several ways on how they can uplift the Mahisagar and Panchmahal district in terms of roadways, railways and infrastructure.

Shukla is putting in his best efforts to develop the district with all the modern amenities. In the meeting, he raised various issues out of which one was to start railways in Mahisagar district. “Railways for years has been the most convenient and affordable means of transport for the people. I have urged Amit Shah Ji to begin the railway services in the district. It will make transportation easier for all the people in Mahisagar as well as Panchmahal”, shared Pinakin while speaking about the importance of trains in day-to-day lives.

The Union Home Minister during their meet was felicitated with a memento and they had a healthy chat about the bright future of Mahisagar and Panchmahal. Another important project they are planning in both the districts is to make a solar park. He further added, “People must be made aware and educated about the technological advancements. If the idea of the solar park gets sanctioned, things will probably change in Mahisagar and Panchmahal.”

Basically from Virpur, Gujarat, Pinakin Shukla on various occasions have made huge donations in terms of his property. The ex-chairman of the standing committee of Mahisagar District Panchayat has constructed temples like Mukeshwar Mahadev Temple, Bhatiji Mandir and Ramji Mandir in his locality. For donations, the social worker provides free food at Lunawada city under the banner of ‘ATITHI’ in which anyone and everyone can fulfil their hunger. In 2005, he had donated his land for the construction of bus stand in Virpur. Moreover, Pinakin Shukla is also planning to build old age homes and English schools across the district in the near future.

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