Maneka says India taking giant strides under Modi

Maneka Gandhi

Sultanpur: MP Maneka  Gandhi said in street meetings in Lambhua Assembly that I have visited eleven hundred villages and hamlets once or twice in five years. I have served more as a mother than as an MP. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has changed the direction and condition of the country. The dream of every poor person having his own house is coming true. I gave one lakh thirty thousand houses to the poor. After the elections, I will bring one lakh more houses. No eligible person will be made homeless. The MP addressed more than 16 street meetings.

Plan to provide tap water to every village

Maneka Gandhi said that like other government schemes, work is going on at a fast pace on the scheme to provide tap water to every village. To ensure that everyone gets affordable medicines, Jan Aushadhi Centers have been opened at various places. A network of roads, 700 new transformers and replacement of dilapidated wires have been done in the villages. The problem of traffic jam has ended due to the widening of roads in the city. Parking zone has been created to park vehicles at one place and vending zone to provide fruits and vegetables etc. at one place.

Maneka Gandhi said that my only goal is to make Sultanpur the number one district of UP. I do great work, but I’m more interested in helping people find relief from their personal problems. No matter how many people there are, how many problems there are, I solve them all immediately.

Maneka Gandhi expressed gratitude to the people

On the complaint of theft at Pramila Singh’s house in Safipur village, BJP MP called Chanda police station and directed to arrest the thieves immediately. He told that a child Kapil Maurya called and told that he is preparing to run 400 meters for the country but due to being poor, he is not able to get nutritious food. Then I immediately asked the sports officer to get help immediately. I hope that child will bring glory to Sultanpur one day. He also expressed his gratitude to the people for the immense public support received in the street meetings despite wheat harvesting.


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