A central election office was set up in the school of the Sangh

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Pukhrayans. President Ram Nath Kovind held the central office of the Saraswati Shishu Mandir School Pukhrayan during the Lok Sabha elections, which was established by the Sangh in the district. From there the strategy was worked out to organize the election campaign in the five constituencies of the assembly. But now the teaching in the school has come to a standstill and the building is also in a dilapidated condition. The rooms are full of straw.
President Ram Nath Kovind had set up the headquarters in Pukhrayan’s Saraswati Shishu Mandir School in 1991 in order to run for the Lok Sabha elections in Ghatampur with a BJP ticket. Election talks were held with the officials and workers. From there the election campaign in the five congregations was conducted.
After becoming a member of Rajya Sabha, Ramnath Kovind said on the 5th that it was a milestone for the continuation of the school and the shaping of the future of the children. The townspeople said that the school gave education from culture to spiritual development and economics.
This was the union’s first school in the district. Its condition is bad today. The school has been closed for almost a decade due to the dwindling number of children. The border also collapsed due to a lack of maintenance and the building is in a dilapidated condition. The school is just a few steps from the President’s venue.
Three helipads are being built just for the President at Inter College
Pukhrayans. The location of the helipad, which is being built for the possible arrival of the governor and prime minister along with the president, has been reshuffled. While three presidential helicopters will land on the premises of Inter College itself, a helipad is being built for two more at Degree College. These instructions were given by the ADG and the Divisional Commissioner.
Five helipads were built at RSGU Inter College in Pukhrayan to land helicopters for the governor and prime minister, including three for the president.
ADG Kanpur Bhanu Bhaskar, Divisional Commissioner Rajshekhar and IG Mohit Agarwal, who arrived late Tuesday evening, instructed to build a helipad at Inter College itself so that the president could land all three helicopters. At the same time, an application was made to build a helipad for the governor and the prime minister on the grounds of the RSGU Degree College. For which work has started.
The search for another parking space for the vehicle is ongoing. The map prepared for the program is also changed. CO Prabhat Kumar said police patrols in the city have increased. The names and cell phone numbers of the landlords and shopkeepers around the roadside, Pandal and helipad are recorded. Armed police will be stationed at all points.
The president was in the sangh as a volunteer
Pukhrayans. President Ram Nath Kovind was an RSS volunteer. Since independence, the Sangh District Office in Pukhrayan has been established under the name of Keshav Kripadham. Kovind was always a frequent visitor to the meetings. Where the Pracharak district is appointed. District activist Vikas said President Ram Nath Kovind was a Sangh volunteer.
He was in direct contact with the senior Pracharaks of the Sangh through to the officers of the district team. During his stay in Pukhrayan, he attended the Guru Dakshina of Sangh. He was also in contact with Vishwa Hindu Parishad. In 2003, during the time of member Rajya Sabha, it was also inaugurated by installing a submersible in the union office.

Pukhrayans. President Ram Nath Kovind held the central office of the Saraswati Shishu Mandir School Pukhrayan during the Lok Sabha elections, which was established by the Sangh in the district. From there the strategy was worked out to organize the election campaign in the five constituencies of the assembly. But now the teaching in the school has come to a standstill and the building is also in a dilapidated condition. The rooms are full of straw.

President Ram Nath Kovind had set up the headquarters in Pukhrayan’s Saraswati Shishu Mandir School in 1991 in order to run for the Lok Sabha elections in Ghatampur with a BJP ticket. Election talks were held with the officials and workers. From there the election campaign in the five congregations was conducted.

After becoming a member of Rajya Sabha, Ramnath Kovind said on the 5th that it was a milestone for the continuation of the school and the shaping of the future of the children. The townspeople said that the school gave education from culture to spiritual development and economics.

This was the union’s first school in the district. Its condition is bad today. The school has been closed for almost a decade due to the dwindling number of children. The border also collapsed due to a lack of maintenance and the building is in a dilapidated condition. The school is just a few steps from the President’s venue.

Three helipads are being built just for the President at Inter College

Pukhrayans. The location of the helipad, which is being built for the possible arrival of the governor and prime minister along with the president, has been reshuffled. While three presidential helicopters will land on the premises of Inter College itself, a helipad is being built for two more at Degree College. These instructions were given by the ADG and the Divisional Commissioner.

Five helipads were built at RSGU Inter College in Pukhrayan to land helicopters for the governor and prime minister, including three for the president.

ADG Kanpur Bhanu Bhaskar, Divisional Commissioner Rajshekhar and IG Mohit Agarwal, who arrived late Tuesday evening, instructed to build a helipad at Inter College itself so that the president could land all three helicopters. At the same time, an application was made to build a helipad for the governor and the prime minister on the grounds of the RSGU Degree College. For which work has started.

The search for another parking space for the vehicle is ongoing. The map prepared for the program is also changed. CO Prabhat Kumar said police patrols in the city have increased. The names and cell phone numbers of the landlords and shopkeepers around the roadside, Pandal and helipad are recorded. Armed police will be stationed at all points.

The president was in the sangh as a volunteer

Pukhrayans. President Ram Nath Kovind was an RSS volunteer. Since independence, the Sangh District Office in Pukhrayan has been established under the name of Keshav Kripadham. Kovind was always a frequent visitor to the meetings. Where the Pracharak district is appointed. District activist Vikas said President Ram Nath Kovind was a Sangh volunteer.

He was in direct contact with the senior Pracharaks of the Sangh through to the officers of the district team. During his stay in Pukhrayan, he attended the Guru Dakshina of Sangh. He was also in contact with Vishwa Hindu Parishad. In 2003, during the time of member Rajya Sabha, it was also inaugurated by installing a submersible in the union office.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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