Congress president Sonia Gandhi, on the last day of her two-day visit to her parliamentary constituency Raebareli, inaugurated a solar power based mini water pump system and interacted with the people. In the morning, Sonia met people at Bhueymau guest house here and listened to their grievances and took their applications. Later, she inaugurated the solar power based mini water pump system in Sanahi village before taking a tour of different villages.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Congress President Sonia Gandhi was in her parliamentary constituency Raebareli. She met with ITI workers who complained to her that they had not received their salaries for the past four months. She promised to take up their issues with the concerned authorities. The Congress president, to a question by some reporters on the completion of 100 days of the Narendra Modi government outside the Jai Ma Anandi Devi temple in Bheetar Gaon where she had gone for darshans, responded the “people will give a reply to whether prices (of essential commodities) have gone down or not”. At Rehwa village, women complained to her about power and water woes, and absence of doctors at the newly opened primary health centre in the area. Sonia Gandhi also visited the house of Shambhu Sharan Diwedi Bandhu, a litterateur who died recently, to pay her condolences to his family members.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Raebareli: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Monday visited her parliament constituency Raebareli in Uttar Pradesh and assured the people that she would take up their problems regarding poor supply of power and drinking water with Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav. “I have been apprised of the problems of power and water supply wherever I have visited earlier today (Monday), and I will take it up with chief minister Akhilesh Yadav,” said Sonia Gandhi, who is on a two-day visit to her constituency. At at Faridpur village in Harchandpur, the Congress president dedicated to the people roads constructed under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) and some other schemes including a “barat ghar” (marriage hall) at Harchandpur and Bakuliha blocks.