In a recent statement, Union Minister Smriti Irani revealed that she played a crucial role in sending Rahul Gandhi from Uttar Pradesh to Wayanad. Irani highlighted the lack of essential facilities in Amethi, Gandhi’s previous constituency, stating that 80% of the people had no access to electricity, fire stations, medical colleges, or KV schools. She emphasized that after Gandhi’s departure, these facilities became possible. Irani expressed concerns about the fate of Wayanad if Gandhi continues to stay there, urging the people to ensure that he does not remain in the district.
Smriti Irani’s Bold Statement
In a recent statement, Union Minister Smriti Irani made a bold revelation, saying, “I Sent Rahul Gandhi From UP To Wayanad.” Irani, known for her straightforward demeanor, highlighted the lack of essential facilities during Gandhi’s tenure in Amethi, his previous constituency. According to her, 80% of the people in Amethi had no access to electricity, fire stations, medical colleges, or Kendriya Vidyalayas (KV schools).
Irani further emphasized that after Rahul Gandhi left Amethi, all these facilities became possible. However, expressing concerns about Wayanad’s future, where Gandhi is currently positioned, she warned that the district might face a similar fate as Amethi if he continues to stay there. She urged the people to ensure that Rahul Gandhi does not remain in Wayanad.
This statement by Smriti Irani has sparked a political debate and raised questions about the development and welfare of constituencies represented by prominent political figures. It remains to be seen how this revelation will impact the political landscape and the future of Wayanad.
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