Maneka Gandhi to visit 101 villages in 10 days

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Sultanpur: Sultanpur MP Maneka K Gandhi put an end to the speculations about son Varun Gandhi contesting the elections, saying, these days he is busy with family and family matters. On the question of Varun contesting elections from Amethi and Rae Bareli seats, she said, I am in BJP. I have nothing to do with ticket distribution of any other party. Made it clear that Varun is not going anywhere except BJP. When Varun came to the election campaign, he asked the question, am I not good enough to campaign for myself? Said, the announcement of my ticket was delayed due to the selection of the venue to contest the elections.

Maneka Gandhi, who arrived for the first time after being declared the BJP candidate from Sultanpur parliamentary constituency, was talking to journalists at the BJP office after attending her welcome ceremonies. Said, I am happy that I am in BJP. Said that renovation of the sugar mill will be my main agenda this time. In response to a question, she said, SP candidate Bhim Nishad is a contender with a better image.

Warm welcome as soon as we reached the area

Maneka reached Kurebhar toll plaza of Purvanchal Expressway by road from Delhi at around 3 pm on Monday evening. Where BJP leaders welcomed her warmly. MLC Shailendra Pratap Singh, Municipality President Praveen Aggarwal, District President Dr. Aye Verma, BJP MLA Raj Prasad Upadhyay, Rajesh Gautam and others congratulated. Wreathed his statue at Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Park located at the District Panchayat Gate in the city. Maneka expressed her gratitude to Prime Minister Modi and CM Yogi for getting the ticket again among senior BJP leaders at the party office. Said, I am heartily grateful for the way the party officials and general public of Sultanpur have welcomed me on my first arrival. Maneka’s representative Ranjit Kumar and party spokesperson Singh Raghuvanshi told that after the arrival of Pratham Vijay, Maneka Gandhi will visit 101 villages in the next ten days.


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