A class IX student Sakshi Tiwari from Kalamboli, in Navi Mumbai wrote to PM Narendra Modi complaining of having no playground. PM asked the CIDCO to make it available.
According to Navbharat Times, the CIDCO has begun working on the matter as soon as PM Modi notified them. The CIDCO chief engineer Kiran Phanse went to the sector 10 school and met with Sakshi Tiwari.
Tiwari is a regular listener of Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’. She was inspired bythe show and wrote to Modi and brought up the issue of the school not having playground. PM Modi then wrote to the regional head of CIDCO to make the playground available.
Following this Sakshi thanked the PM for the prompt action by PM Modi. The school trustee Santosh Shukla too said the students will be able to use the playground.
In June, a six-year-old Pune girl suffering from a heart disease wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking financial help which was promptly granted following which she underwent surgery and is now recovering.
Vaishali Yadav, hailing from a poor family, suffered from a hole in her heart. Her father, a small-time painter, was unable to afford an expensive heart surgery and had even sold her toys and bicycle to purchase medicines.
Within a week, the Prime Minister’s Office alerted the Pune district administration, prompting them to help the girl.