Kolhan: Smriti Irani taunts opposition, says those wearing glasses of corruption can’t see development

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Union Minister addresses public meetings in Kolhan

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Jamshedpur, Nov. 30 : Union Textile Minister Smriti Irani, who grabbed headlines across the country after defeating Rahul Gandhi in Amethi, addressed three public meetings at Kolhan on Saturday.

 In a meeting organised in favour of party candidate Kunal Sarangi from Baharagora assembly seat in Chakulia, Smriti said that Jharkhand has grown rapidly in the last five years under the leadership of PM Modi and CM Raghubar Das. She lashed out at the opposition parties, saying that those who are wearing glasses of corruption on their eyes could not see the sun of development.

Irani presented a complete list of development plans and details of the beneficiaries in Ayushman Bharat Yojana, Ujjwala Yojna, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana,  Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Yojana, Chief Minister Ashirwad Yojana etc.

To ensure that these plans are continued to bring change in society she appealed to vote for BJP on December 7. The Union Minister said that Lakshmi will come to your house only after sitting on the lotus.

Addressing another meeting, at Maubhandar Maidan of Ghatshila assembly constituency said that in last five years, the BJP government had given toilets to 11 crore mothers and sisters who used to wait for evening to get relived

She went on to add that the BJP government has pledged to create a healthy and clean India. She noted that Lakshmi never comes with bows and arrows. Whenever she comes, she is on lotus. Hailing the land of Jharkhand she said that the greetings of the people here have again made an important contribution to form the Narendra Modi government.

Referring to Lord Rama, she said that even Rama did not like Lanka that was built of gold, he returned to his mother’s birthplace. Similarly, if you talk about Ram, then vote for Lakhan. This Lakhan will serve his the motherland.

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