Several villagers come in support of MP Pawan Kumar Bansal.

Chandigarh, January, 2014

Local Member of Parliament, Mr. Pawan Kumar Bansal today got more support from different organisations. A lot of representatives from different organisations today visited the residence of Mr. Bansal and expressed their full confidence in him.

Among others who visited his residence and extended support were Gurdip Singh Atwal, Chairman Kisan Cell, Chandigarh, Sunita Chaudary, Chairman, Zila Parishad, Chandigarh, Harbhajan Singh, ex- chairman, Anand Kajheri Ex chairman, and Daljit Singh, General Secretary, Numberdar Association.

Darshan Singh, ex-Chairman, Zila Parishad, Jit Singh, ex Director, Jai Chand, ex-Sarpanch, Palsora, Rattan Singh,panch, Sohan Singh Panch, Lakhvinder Singh Nene Dhanas, and nine Sarpanches including Gurvinder Lubana, Kishangarh, Neeta, Sarpanch Kaimbwala, Gurprit S Happy, Sarpanch Daria, Rakesh Sharma, Sarpanch Lahora, Manmohan Singh ex sarpanch, Paramjit Kaur, Sarpanch, Khuda Jassu, Harvinder Thakur, Sarpanch Mauli Jagran, Mohinder Kaur, Sarpanch Behlana, Lachhaman  Singh, Sarpanch, Raipur Khurd, Ram Karan Kaimbwala, Manoj Lubana, Member Zila Parishad also came out in his support.

Anil Kalia, Member Panchayat Samiti, Satbir Singh, Member Panchayat Samiti, Kirna, Member Panchayat Samiti, Raghubir Singh and Jai Singh, Raipur Khurd, Bhupinder Kaur, Sarangpur, Swaran Kaur Jassu met and extended support to Mr. Bansal.

The Akhil Bhartiya Safai Mazdoor Union and SC/ST Welfare Federation came out in his support stating his contribution in welfare of the downtrodden.

In a joint statement, Kesho Ram Parcha, Om Pal Chavar and Om Parkash Saini of the Union said it is for the people of Chandigarh to see how much Mr. Bansal has worked for the development of city and also for the downtrodden by helping implement several schemes which will go a long way in getting support from the city residents. They said the slum rehabilitation scheme had set an example in the entire country and it was only because of efforts of Mr.Bansal that homeless have a shelter.