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Dear friends,

I request you to help me realize my vision of making Haripad, a model in social, cultural, educational and economic advancement within my tenure as your representative. I wish to make the rural areas of Haripad Constituency capable of retaining its educated manpower within its precincts by providing rural areas with urban facilities and urban job opportunities, to quicken the pace of sustainable development in all spheres of life and to turn the whole populace of this Constituency into an egalitarian society enjoying the equitable distribution of the benefits of eco-friendly development.


Facts and Figures

Haripad, is a town in Alappuzha District, Kerala, India, located between Alappuzha and Kollam on National Highway 47. Haripad is known as the 'Town of Temples'. There are eighteen Hindu temples in Haripad and there and more than 30 more in the surrounding countryside. The most famous temples are Subrahmanya Swami Temple and the Mannarashala Nagaraja Temple. Haripad is close to the Arabian Sea, and connects Mavelikkara and Thrikkunnappuzha. It is the land of "Mayura Sandesham", autobiographical message poem written by Kerala Varma Valiya Koyi Thampuran in 1894, the land of snake boats and the land



I stand for the protection of the environment, the empowerment of women, just solutions to problems connected with migrant labour, universal awareness on health and hygiene, eco-friendly farming methods, sustainable development with people’s participation, good governance, streamlined and uninterrupted supply of electricity, cooking gas and drinking water, international and national lobbying for labour rights and child rights and equitable distribution of the fruits of development among all sections of the society without distinction of locality, caste, creed, class, economic status or social stratum.


Sustainable Development

The resources of the area should be protected and the people of the area should be taken into confidence and consulted in every developmental venture, especially in the tourism and hospitality sector and ways of sharing the fruits of development with the local/native people, as primary stakeholders, be given utmost importance. Each development initiative, right from the stage of primary planning, must recognize sustainability as its basic prerogative. Any developmental work, whether it is infrastructural or otherwise, that goes against the environment or nature must be nipped in the bud and an alternative


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