Union Minister Smriti Irani reached her parliamentary constituency Amethi on Monday and got the land registry done here. He told that soon his house will start construction on this land.
Union Minister Smriti Irani is going to make her Asiana in Amethi, which is considered a Congress stronghold. On Monday, he made a deed of 134 hectares near District Headquarters Gauriganj. On this occasion Smriti Irani said that now Amethi MP will now be with Amethi people, soon Bhoomi Poojan will be done with the villagers. A stamp of Rs 50,800 was imposed for the registry of the land held in the presence of Smriti.
After the registry, DM Arun Kumar handed over the original copy in the presence of CDO Dr. Ankur Lather and ADM SP Singh to Smriti. The Deputy Registrar said that the Union Minister paid Rs 12,190 in cash as a registry fee. During this, Smriti Irani took a dig at the Gandhi family and said that, “The former Amethi MP has never built a house in Amethi till date.” Till date I was living in a rented house in Amethi, today it is my good fortune that I am able to start the process of building my house here. ”
Smriti said – I will fulfill my promise to people
He said, “By building a house on this land, she will fulfill her promise made to the people.” Before starting the construction work, there will be a grand program of Bhoomi Pujan, in which people of every village of the parliamentary constituency will be called. ” Answering media questions, Smriti Irani said that today she has taken concrete steps towards fulfilling her promise. The public has already understood the difference between those who represent here first and what is the difference between them.
Till now was staying at a rented house
In fact, during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Smriti had said that if she wins the election, she will build her house in Amethi. Due to which the people here will not have to go to Delhi to meet them and they will meet their MP in their own parliamentary constituency. Before 2019, Union Minister Smriti had rented a house close to the Collectorate on Jamo Road in Gauriganj. Later, he made the same house with accommodation and also the camp office of the MP.