BY admin | August 9, 2009
New Delhi: Himachal MP Anurag Singh Thakur has been rated as best parliamentarian among young B J P member parliaments on the basis of his excellent parliamentary performance in newly constituted Lok Sabha during budget session by Mail Today a prestigious tabloid of India Today group .
Anurag Singh Thakur has been given 7/10 rating by the mail today survey which was conducted on all the young Member Parliaments cutting across the party lines on the basis of their speeches, questions, quality of debates, discussions on various issues of national and social importance during budget session .The scoring of 7/10 was highest rated by the mail today tabloid in its survey .
Various leaders, social organisations, N GO s and intellectuals have congratulated Anurag Thakur for achieving this feat in short parliamentary tenure and described it as great honour for the hill state of Himachal Pradesh who has come to prominence at national level due to talent and hard work of its young M P and said that it will prove a new milestone in the parliamentary history of the country.
Sat Pal Singh Satti, Virender Kanwar both Chief Parliamentary secretaries and Vikram Singh Thakur state BJP vice president has described it as pride of Himachal Pradesh and said that people of Hamirpur parliamentary constituency feels privileged and proud by electing such skill ful M P who is fully dedicated to raise their issues at highest platform in the country in tough task master style .They said that Anurag Singh Thakur has made impressive performances on various national importance issues like Rail budget, National Himalayan states development board. NREGA, right to education, setting up central university and prestigious education institutions in Himachal Pradesh etc which has drawn the attention of
the union govt towards this issues and it will change the lives of millions of Indians. The leaders congratulated Anurag Thakur for taking up various issues and told that entire state is solidly behind its young MP which has bring laurels and proud to common Himachalis.