Days after he paid a surprise visit to the home of Meera Majhi in Ayodhya, the 10th-crore beneficiary of the Ujjwala scheme, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has written a letter to her and also extended his benevolence by sending gifts for her family.
The gift includes a tea set, a drawing book with colours, and more, adding a personal touch to the Prime Minister's gesture.
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Days after paying a surprise visit to her home in Ayodhya, Prime Minister @narendramodi has now written a letter to Meera Majhi and sent gifts for her family.@MinistryWCD @PetroleumMin @MinOfCultureGoI @PMOIndia @PIB_India @MIB_India#AyodhyaRamMandir #Ayodhya… pic.twitter.com/nAcpTz8r06— DD News (@DDNewslive) January 5, 2024
In his letter, PM Modi wished Meera Majhi and her family members on the New Year.
"It was a great pleasure to meet you and members of your family in Ayodhya - the holy city of Lord Ram, and drink tea prepared by you," he said in his letter.
"After coming from Ayodhya, I saw your interview on many TV channels. It was nice to see the confidence of you and your family members, and the simple and easy manner in which you all shared your experiences," PM Modi said.
He also said “t this smile on the faces of crores of my family members like you is my capital, my biggest satisfaction, which give me new energy to work wholeheartedly for the country.”
"You (Majhi) becoming the 10th-crore beneficiary of the Ujjwala Scheme was not just a number, rather I see this as a link with the fulfilment of big dreams and resolves of crores of people of the country," he said.
"I have full faith that in Amrit Kaal, the Vitality and enthusiasm of the enthusiasm of crores of people of the country, full of aspirations like you, will play a vital role in achieving our goal of building a grand and developed India," PM Modi added.
Majhi and all her family members expressed great pleasure after PM Modi unexpectedly visited their residence.