Maharashtra: IT engineer wins Gram Panchayat surveys in Latur

Maharashtra: When most young people select comfortable, lucrative corporate positions, a 22-year-old IT engineer decided to challenge the Gram Panchayat decisions and won in Maharashtra’s Latur locale.

Sandhya Gautam Sonkamble won the as of late held Gram Panchayat surveys in Kabansangvi town of Latur’s’ Chakur tehsil, turning into the most youthful individual from the nearby body in the locale.

“I understood that issues in the town are equivalent to what they were prior. Individuals were searching for an applicant who knew neighborhood issues, which is the reason I chose to challenge the political decision,” said Sonkamble, who concentrated in the town till Class 12 and procured her science certificate from a school in Kolhapur.

At the point when the political decision was proclaimed for nine seats of the Gram Panchayat, the board boss was searching for a contender for the Scheduled Caste lady classification in one of the wards.

Sonkamble crusaded house to house and persuaded electors about what can be accomplished for the town.

“Governmental issues require cash and instructed individuals don’t get into legislative issues,” she stated, adding that a couple of ladies like NCP pioneer Supriya Sule and Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman have figured out how to make an imprint in the field.

“There are great deal assumptions from me now. Nonetheless, the trust of the individuals who have chosen me will give me the solidarity to bear this duty,” the youthful pioneer said.