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CM: SOCIAL HARMONY, MUTUAL BROTHERHOOD NEED OF THE HOUR
Dungarpur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot while addressing the closing ceremony of Sarva Samaj Bhagwat Katha at Punali in Dungarpur district, said that listening to Shrimad Bhagwat Katha gives peace of mind. He said that listening to the story inculcates a sense of service among the common people. An atmosphere of love, brotherhood, goodwill is created among the common people and the message of social harmony is received, he said. He congratulated the organizers for organizing the Katha. “Today there is a great need of social harmony and mutual brotherhood in the society. If all the residents of the state live with love and brotherhood, then the way for progress of country and state will be paved.” Assembly Speaker Dr CP Joshi asked masses to move forward taking along govt’s works. ExMoS for Education GS Dotasra said that state govt has taken into account the problems of every section. CM also inaugurated a hi-tech veterinary hospital and mobile trauma centre in Baran district. The first-of-itskind hospital, worth Rs 20 core, has the capacity to treat 300 animals and birds for free. It is equipped with three modular operation theatres, advanced diagnostic lab with latest X-ray and sonography machine, indoor wards, all equipped with oxygen pipelines. Addressing a public meeting, Gehlot congratulated state minister Pramod Jain Bhaya and his team for their efforts to implement the project. He said he has sanctioned Rs 1,000 crore for setting up ‘Nandi Shalas’ and ‘Gou Shalas’ in budget, adding that he had written to PM requesting him to declare Lumpi disease a national calamity, but proposal wasn’t entertained.