Ramnath Kovind will be the first President to visit Pukhrayan

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Satyaprakash Sankhwar applied for BJP tickets many times in the Bhognipur Assembly elections, but lost each time. In the 2007 parliamentary elections, the BJP had put up Ram Nath Kovind.

President Ram Nath Kovind
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President Ram Nath Kovind and the current President of Pukhrayan Township, Satyaprakash Sankhwar, faced each other in the 2007 general election. However, both had to admit defeat. At the same time, Ram Nath Kovind will be the first president to visit Pukhrayan.Satyaprakash Sankhwar applied for BJP tickets many times in the Bhognipur Assembly elections, but lost each time. In the 2007 parliamentary elections, the BJP had put up Ram Nath Kovind. Angry at not getting the ticket, Satyaprakash entered the battle for the ticket to Uma Bharti’s party Rashtriya Kranti Dal.

During the election, Satyaprakash went to Kovind to seek his blessing. He said that failure should not be deterred. Satyaprakash later returned to the BJP and the party ran for mayor. In doing so, he won.

Workers increased wages
Labor demand has increased due to the abundance of jobs in the president’s home village, Paraunkh. In light of this, the workers have increased their wages from Rs.800 to Rs.1,000. The workers Ramkumar, Ram Singh, Munna, etc. say that they also have to work overtime. Nobody who meets the president at Jhinjhak station can send him letters or presents. After all letters and gifts have been received, they are sent to Rashtrapati Bhavan. This information was provided by Divisional Commissioner Dr. Rajasekhar inspecting the station on Tuesday.

ADG Zone Bhanu Bhaskar, ADG Railway Piyush Anand, IG Range Mohit Agarwal, District Judge Jitendra Pratap Singh and other officials were present. The officers asked about the emergency exit from the train station and the way to the CHC. On Wednesday all officers were instructed to rehearse three times. The DM informed about the meeting of 38 people with the President in its hesitation.

The president likes the curry and rasiyaur from the hand of the sister-in-law
The Omnagar residents of President Ram Nath Kovind’s older brother Pyarelal Kovind and his sister-in-law Gangajali are happy to meet him. The President loves the Kadhi and Rasiyaur from his sister-in-law’s hand. Said that Kovind is very simple in nature. Even after he became governor of Bihar, he kept coming home and looking after the family. Even after reaching a high position, the people of the region have not been forgotten. Narrates that Ramnath Kovind became depressed after losing the 1991 election from the Ghatampur parliamentary constituency. Then, while encouraging him, he talked about staying in politics.

Pyarelal said that when he and his family reached Rashtrapati Bhavan for the swearing-in ceremony, tears came to his eyes after seeing the younger brother take the president’s oath. Sister-in-law Gangajali tells that brother-in-law Ramnath Kovind loves Kadhi and Rasiyaur (rice cooked in sugar cane juice). He ate that often. His health is currently not good. Can’t come home this time. When he got home he made curry and fed him.

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President Ram Nath Kovind and the current President of Pukhrayan Township, Satyaprakash Sankhwar, faced each other in the 2007 general election. However, both had to admit defeat. At the same time, Ram Nath Kovind will be the first president to visit Pukhrayan.

Satyaprakash Sankhwar applied for BJP tickets many times in the Bhognipur Assembly elections, but lost each time. In the 2007 parliamentary elections, the BJP had put up Ram Nath Kovind. Angry at not getting the ticket, Satyaprakash entered the battle for the ticket to Uma Bharti’s party Rashtriya Kranti Dal.

During the election, Satyaprakash went to Kovind to seek his blessing. He said that failure should not be deterred. Satyaprakash later returned to the BJP and the party ran for mayor. In doing so, he won.

Workers increased wages

Labor demand has increased due to the abundance of jobs in the president’s home village, Paraunkh. In light of this, the workers have increased their wages from Rs.800 to Rs.1,000. The workers Ramkumar, Ram Singh, Munna, etc. say that they also have to work overtime.

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Letter not a present, just a meeting with the President at the train station

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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