Prakash Utsav of Goswami Guru Nabha Dass Ji celebrated
DANSAL, June 30: Saying that National Conference has been strong proponent of social justice and equitable development of Jammu and Kashmir in its totality, Provincial President Devender Singh Rana today recalled the initiatives taken over the decades to shape the state as a peaceful and harmonious abode for all.
“This legacy has to be strengthened and bequeathed to posterity with renewed vigour”, Rana said while addressing a congregation on the Prakash Diwas of Goswami Guru Nabha Dass Ji Maharaj at Tarah in Nagrota Assembly Constituency, organized by Jan Seva Ka Ek Avlokan, an NGO.
Rana said the vision of transforming Jammu and Kashmir a progressive and prosperous State can be achieved only when all segments of the society and the regions get equal opportunities to grow and flourish. A classless and inclusiveness society is key to making it a better place to live in as per the teachings and dreams of great saints and sages.
Stressing the need for collective efforts in ensuring social justice and empowerment of weaker segments of society, Rana said National Conference has tirelessly worked for their upliftment and will continue to do so by braving all odds. He referred to the endeavours taken towards welfare and upliftment of the exploited, poor and marginalized sections of people by making them masters of the land holdings they put in their hard toil by enactment of revolutionary Land Reforms Act. This followed a slew of initiatives for their empowerment and economic emancipation, he added.
The Provincial President complimented the organisers for generating awareness among the weaker sections about their rights and working for their empowerment. He said the participants in the multi-faceted programme hold hope and promise for future and he was confident that they will contribute immensely in transformation of these segments of society.
Paying tribute to Goswami Guru Nabha Dassji, Rana said that his teachings and path shown to the humanity will continue to inspire generation and lead to harmonious growth of the society.
He particularly lauded Harish Chander , President of the NGO, Ramesh Bansotra, Secretary, Romesh Sarmal, Roshni, Badal Rajwal, Tilak Raj , Jagannath Gadaka, Kiran, Sahil Manjotra, Amarnath, Sunny , Sonu Sadhotra and Priya for putting in their best efforts in making the Utsav a grand success.
Earlier, a colorful variety programme was held under the aegis of “Jansewa Ka Ek Avloken”, which enthralled the audience.
Chairman of the organization, Harish Chander highlighted the difficulties being faced by the members of the community.
Those present on the occasion included Rattan Lal Gupta, Som Nath Khajuria, Sheikh Bashir Ahmed, Sarpanch Saraj Din, Bodh Raj, Asram, Gopal, Sushil Kumar, Girdhari Lal, Master Ashok, Shankar Dass and others.