Sisters tied Rakhis to MoS Mr. Sarang at Karond

sarang13.8.17Bhopal, August 13, 2017 (Ataullah Faizan):  Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Cooperatives, Bhopal Gas Relief and Rehabilitation Mr. Vishwas Sarang’s Raksha Bandhan Mahotsav became a centre of attraction when women of ward no. 44 in colourful turbans entered the tent and tied rakhis to Mr. Sarang with photos of Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan. The rakhis also had the photo of BJP National President Mr. Amit Shah. The rakhis were made by the women themselves. They had made these rakhis to express their gratitude for the works being done for women. Earlier Mr. Sarang participated in the Raksha Bandhan Mahotsav in ward no. 77 at Durga Mandir premises in Devkinagar at Karond in the morning. While thousands of women reached the venue of Raksha Bandhan Mahotsav today amidst great enthusiasm and enjoyed the fair, Muslim women were also seen tying rakhis to the minister with great zeal. They registered their presence in a large number.

The Mahotsav had amusement facilities like swings, bounces, Mickey Mouse and Jumping Jam giving the celebration the form of Anand Mela. There were medical camps and mehndi stalls too. Among those present at the programme organized at ward no. 44 in Old Subhash Nagar’s Netaji Subhash Sport Ground were Mrs. Ruma Sarang, Mayor-in-Council Mr. Manoj Choubey, Mr. Mahesh Makwana, Corporators Mr. Hemraj Kushwaha, Mrs. Geeta Tomar, Mr. Upendra Tomar, Mr. Pappu Rai, Mr. B.S. Rajput, Mr. Pradeepsingh Shekhawat etc. Local corporator Mayor-in-Council Mrs. Manjushri Barkiya welcomed the guests.

A raksha bandhan mahotsav has been organized at ward no. 79 from 2 p.m. at Sardar Patel School in Karond on August 13, Sunday. Minister for State for Cooperatives, Bhopal Gas Tragedy, Relief and Rehabilitation (Independent Charge) Mr. Vishwas Sarang was tied Rakihs by sisters in a Rakshabandhan Mahotsav held at Karond. Programme was organized in Sardar Patel school situated in ward 79, Karond Chouraha. No lack in enthusiasm was seen despite Raksha Bandha festival celebrated a week ago and sisters in large number were present on the occasion.

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