‘Work to make India a developed nation’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 11 Jun 2018 10:29:38


 

 

Staff Reporter

Governor Anandiben Patel has said that we all have to make efforts together to realize the dream of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make India a developed nation. Terrorism has become a global problem today and the Prime Minister is raising voice in the entire world to fight it. We all have duty to play a role to maintain the atmosphere of peace and unity in the country. Governor Patel was addressing the Seva Sankalp Samaroh of the newly formed working committee of Gujarati community. She further mentioned that Madhya Pradesh too has become her Karma-Bhoomi now. It has become my duty to remove your difficulties and problems.


Moreover, Patel mentioned that every community should be concerned about the education and health of children. Honour to children of the community besides other people increases confidence in the children. Literacy in community is must for the progress of State and the country. Realizing resolution like ‘Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao’ of the Prime Minister must be a priority for everyone. She mentioned that it is our duty to generate awareness in the society towards national culture and traditions. Play a role to spread awareness for State and Centre’s schemes among each person of the society. Take special care of poor, women and students. She further stated that International Yoga Day is being observed on June 21 in the entire world and all people of the State must participate in it.


The Governor has appealed to the office bearers of the working committee to maintain an atmosphere of peace and unity in the State and country, set an example of discipline and maintain cleanliness. Along with this, make efforts for spreading information about the State and Centre’s schemes, she added.On this occasion, Patel honoured talented children of the community, patrons and industrialists. President of Gujarati community Sanjay Patel honored Governor by presenting a memento. Eminent members of Gujarati community and children in large number were present on the occasion.