KERALA’S CHANDRIKA GIFTED A NEW HOUSE BY AICC GEN.SECRETARY KC VENUGOPAL

Congress AICC General Secretary K C Venugopal has fulfilled a wish of his late mother by building a house for his neighbor Chandrika. Chandrika who is also a congress worker has been living in an unstable structure and Congress workers in the area came together on this occasion. K C Venugopal said that it was one of his mother’s last wishes to build a house for Chandrika and that he is deeply touched to have fulfilled this for her and Chandrika. The Rajya Sabha MP shared that his mother wished the best for her neighbours and friends.

Along with the MP, the local Congress Committee offices of Kadannapalli and Panappuzha had also joined in this endeavor. The ceremony of handing over the key was done by Kasaragod MP Rajmohan Unnithan in the presence of K C Venugopal and other congress workers of the area.

“It was my mother’s greatest wish for Chandrika to have a home, who was a dedicated worker of the Congress in the area. My mother had no more wishes or selfish needs than to see a smile on people who stood with her. She wanted Chandrika to move into a stable house.
Chandrika who lived with her children after the passing of her husband moved into their new safe home, as my mother wished. Even though mother is not with us today to see the smile of Chandrika and her children, mother’s soul must be very happy”, the MP wrote on his Facebook page, attaching a picture of the key donation ceremony.

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