The sanitation worker, who distributed puri-vegetables to the poor in the lockdown, said this for PM Modi
A sanitation worker has won Dhanghata seat in Uttar Pradesh’s Sant Kabir Nagar district. Ganesh Chandra Chauhan, who contested the Uttar Pradesh elections on BJP ticket, defeated Algu Prasad of Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party by a margin of 10,553 votes. Ganesh Chandra Chauhan is a Safai Karamchari who contested the Dhanghata seat as a BJP candidate. In this seat, Congress had fielded Shanti Devi and Aam Aadmi Party had fielded Santosh.
Ganesh Chandra Chauhan also PM for the smallest people of the society Narendra Modi Referring to the honor of the Prime Minister, he said, ‘The way the Prime Minister has given respect to the sanitation workers and given election tickets, every small worker should feel that he can reach heights. PM had honored the Safai Karamcharis in Allahabad (Prayagraj), PM Modi washed their feet and gave the message that the Safai Karamcharis cannot be lowly. If they are cleaning the mess of the society, it shows that they are definitely great.’
PM honored sanitary workers in Allahabad (Prayagraj), he washed their feet & sent the message that sanitary workers can’t be lowly. If they are cleaning the dirt of society, it shows they are definitely great: Ganesh Chandra Chauhan, BJP’s winning candidate from Dhanghata pic.twitter.com/4UgfEjNM74
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During the Corona epidemic, Ganesh Chandra Chauhan had helped a lot of people in his area. He had arranged food for the rickshaw pullers. Referring to this, Ganesh said, “I only want to serve the people. I used to keep ‘puri-sabzi’ in my car and feed the rickshaw pullers during the Covid pandemic as they had no means of earning.” No. Many people of Bihar live in Sant Kabir Nagar. When I was given ticket, people came to meet me, they got emotional. The day I won from Dhanghat assembly, people were hugging each other. Rickshaw puller Becoming happy and telling everyone that I fed them during the lockdown for three months, when no one cared for them.”