Prayagraj, 08 July (Hindustan Times). The period of nine years of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was for good governance and welfare of the poor. Under his leadership, there has been record breaking development in the country and our country has reached the fifth place in the world in terms of economy. The military power of the country has strengthened.
The above idea was expressed by Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya, who reached Prayagraj on Saturday, during the hearing of the problems of workers and public at Circuit House. He said that the people of the country are also going to hand over the reins of the country to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the third time. Because the opposition neither has any leader nor any policy. In such a situation, it is the responsibility of all of us workers to take the works of the Prime Minister to the masses through public relations, public support and door-to-door public relations.
Regional Vice President Awadhesh Chandra Gupta talked about making a model of Pushpak Viman in Bhardwaj Ashram through a memorandum. On which he said that very soon the model of Pushpak Viman would be constructed in the memory of Lord Shri Ram and Bhardwaj Muni. He said that he is trying to get a national level stadium built in Prayagraj. He further said that he will leave no stone unturned in the development of Prayagraj. That’s why all the workers should give their suggestions for the development of Prayagraj with a broad vision.
Media in-charge Rajesh Kesarw. told that during this, councilor Kiran Jaiswal said that due to the negligence of the electricity department, cows and other .mals are dying due to electrocution in the entire city. On which the electricity department is not taking any action. Complained about this also.
MLA Guru Prasad Maurya, Vachaspati, Rajm. Kol, MLC Nirmala Paswan, Kunj Bihari Mishra, Rais Chandra Shukla, Kumar Narayan, Ramesh Pasi, Devesh Singh, Murari Lal Aggarwal, Vivek Aggarwal, Shyam Chandra Hela, Vijay Vaish, Ashish Gupta were present on this occasion. Hundreds of workers were also present.