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Bagish Jha| TNN | Jul 19, 2017

Puneet Ahluwalia, a member of the US President’s Asian Advisory Committeee, visited the ‘Trump Village’.

Puneet Ahluwalia, a member of the US President’s Asian Advisory Committeee, visited the ‘Trump Village’.

 

GURUGRAM: Marora’s on and off relationship with the United State and its president continues.

It had suddenly shot into international fame last month as ‘Trump Village’ after a well-publicised function where it was renamed after US president. But within days, posters declaring the new name, alongside cutouts of a smiling President Trump, were brought down by the local administration, which said the name changing exercise was illegal and did not have proper permissions.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Marora’s Trump connection was renewed when Puneet Ahluwalia, a member of the US President’s Asian Advisory Committee visited the village.
  • Ahluwalia inaugurated newly built toilets and vocational training centre for women a girl’s of the village.

But on Tuesday, Marora’s Trump connection was renewed when Puneet Ahluwalia, a member of the US President’s Asian Advisory Committee visited this tiny village in Mewat, Haryana’s most backward district.

Ahluwalia inaugurated newly built toilets and vocational training centre for women a girl’s of the village. “I feel privilege to part of the dream of Mahatma Gandhi and vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make villages free from open defecation,” said Ahulwalia talking to TOI.

The toilets have been built by Sulabh International, which has undertaken the renaming exercise. Marora village has 165 families and total population of around 2000.

Source : http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/gurgaon/after-naming-row-us-president-aide-visits-trump-village/articleshow/59662524.cms