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Despite Gandhi’s ‘rule’ for 5 decades, development did not reach all families in Amethi: Smriti Irani

By PTI

Thiruvananthapuram: Amethi in Uttar Pradesh was not considered to lack any infrastructure as it was “ruled” by the Gandhi family and “not served” by them for five decades, but development – such as internet connectivity – did not reach everyone. Families have reached there, Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani said on Sunday.

Irani, who was to virtually inaugurate the ‘Sevasarpan’ initiative of RSS-affiliated NGO Desiya Seva Bharti, said she was unable to attend the organization’s conference before morning as she was deep in the interiors of Amethi, Where it was “a struggle”. “To connect to the Internet.

“I live deep in the interiors of Amethi. Network connectivity is a challenge in some of the villages here. Many believe that it was a constituency ruled and not served by the Gandhi family for five decades and hence, no basic There will be no dearth of infrastructure. However, the struggle to connect with you (Seva Bharti) is so important for you today that you can understand that even under his (Gandhi) leadership, in his own constituency, development has not reached every single family. .To join the online conference much later.

She said that with an effort to ensure development, in all parts of the region, she is going from village to village and finding out their needs.

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