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60 From New President’s Home District Enjoy Lunch At Rashtrapati Bhavan

Murmu’s home locale occupants were given a visit through the Rashtrapati Bhavan and shown the President’s office.

Bhubaneswar: It was a little glimpse of heaven for five dozen individuals of Odisha’s ancestral ruled Mayurbhanj locale as they got the potential chance to eat with recently chose President Droupadi Murmu at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Each of the 60 individuals from Ms Murmu’s home region, welcomed to go to the swearing-in service of the country’s most memorable ancestral president, were in for a wonderful little treat when the specialists encouraged them to join a lunch facilitated by their ‘girl of the dirt’.

We were extremely glad to go to the President’s promise taking service at the Central Hall of the Parliament, yet never envisioned we would be welcome to eat at Rashtrapati Bhavan,” said Sujata Murmu, a previous Zilla Parishad executive of Mayurbhanj locale.

She and a few different ladies visitors had gone to the promise taking service wearing the Santhal conventional saree.

Comparative was the experience of Gayamani Beshra and Dangi Murmu. Both were near the President for quite a while and were welcome to the swearing-in service. They, as well, didn’t expect that the President would likewise request that they lunch.

Ms Murmu’s home locale occupants were given a visit through the Rashtrapati Bhavan and shown the President’s office.

The visitors were likewise given a parcel of desserts after leaving the President’s true home, Sujata Murmu said, adding it was a noteworthy encounter.

Gotten some information about the lunch menu, the members said it was simply veggie lover as the President doesn’t eat non-vegan food, not even garlic and onion.

The menu involved sweetcorn vegetable soup, palak paneer, dal arhar tadka, gobi gajar beans, malai kofta, jeera pulao, naan, new green serving of mixed greens, boondi raita, kesar rasmalai, and new organic products.

A few members, nonetheless, deplored that they couldn’t accept selfies with the President as cell phones and cameras were not permitted inside the Rashtrapati Bhavan.


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