Varanasi, Jan 13: With an aim to make Prime Minister Narendra Modi aware about the problems faced by residents of his constituency Varanasi, a group of students is preparing a complaint chart.
According to report in India Today, the students of Allahabad and Varanasi have planned to make one kilometre long chart about problems in Varanasi. The students claim that they have already completed 400 metre of the chart and hope that another 600 metre would be completed soon.
The report says that this campaign was launched four months ago by a social organisation, Shuruat (Beginning) which mostly comprises of B.Tech students.
The students say that once completed they will submit the chart in PM's Varanasi office.
"The students are writing about the problems faced by people of Varanasi. Most of the problems are related to sewer lines, traffic, street lights, law and order. We are asking every complainant to write his name, an introduction and mobile number with his message to Prime Minister Modi. We have planned to organise a total of 50 camps across the city," a student was quoted as saying in the report.
Varanasi has been in the spotlight ever since PM Modi chose to retain the constituency he had won by a huge margin of 3.7 lakh votes, vacating Vadodara in his home state of Gujarat where his victory (by 5.7 lakh votes) was even bigger.
Prime Minister Modi has promised to develop this ancient city as a centre of art and culture for this he has been coordinating with many international firms and institutes.
Not only this, PM Modi has a 5,000-square-feet office in the area which is also known as a 'mini PMO' to remain in touch with the people of his constituency.