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Focus on Unemployment and Migration: Pappu Nishad 

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Kathara, Giridih: Independent candidate Pappu Nishad (serial number 6, beaded necklace symbol) from the Giridih Lok Sabha constituency conducted a public outreach campaign on Tuesday in various places including Kathara number two, IBM Colony, Tenughat, and Bermo. During this campaign, he appealed to voters to vote for the beaded necklace symbol.

While talking to journalists, Pappu Nishad stated that the people of Giridih are greatly troubled by unemployment and inflation. He emphasized that if elected, his priorities would be unemployment, migration, displacement, education, and health. He stated, “Due to unemployment, people are not getting jobs and are forced to migrate. We will work to change this situation.”

Nishad emphasized that the people of Giridih are eager for change and he is committed to solving their problems. He mentioned that special plans would be implemented to increase job opportunities and control inflation. Additionally, special measures would be taken for displaced and migrating people to ensure they can live a secure and dignified life in their own area.

Discussing issues of education and health, Nishad said that he would ensure that every child receives quality education and that all people have access to better healthcare facilities. He remarked that no society can develop without improvements in education and health, and hence, these sectors would be his priorities.

During this public outreach campaign, several supporters were present with Pappu Nishad, including Vinay Das, Lucky Singh, Kundan Chauhan, Rahul Chauhan, Deepak Kumar, Anup Kumar, Suraj Chauhan, Sujeet Kumar, Rishi Mishra, Akhil Mishra, Chhotan Kewat, and Anil Kewat. Additionally, supporters playing a significant role in the campaign included Anil Kewat, Suraj Kumar Nishad, Kishore Kumar Nishad, Raja Nishad, Hari Kewat, Lalu Kewat, Santosh Sahani, Deepak Sahani, L Kewat, Jiten Dhibar, Tirth Nath Dhibar, Prakash Dhibar, Tinku Sahani, Jitendra Sahani, Jagdish Kewat, Nageshwar Kewat, and Mahesh Nishad.

Nishad appreciated the enthusiasm and dedication of his supporters and stated that this campaign is an important step towards bringing positive changes in the lives of the people of Giridih. He appealed to voters to vote for the beaded necklace symbol and contribute to the development of their area.

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