CM Mr. Chouhan visits Guru Dwara to pay obeisance
Bhopal, November 6, 2017 (Ataullah Faizan): Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan visited Gurunanaksar Gurudwara, Hamidia Road to pay obeisance and seek blessings today. He prayed for the welfare and development of the people of the state on the occasion. Mayor Mr. Alok Sharma accompanied him. Mr. Chouhan invited the members of the Sikh Community to participate in the Prakash Parva to be celebrated at CM House. He informed that the Prakash Parva is being celebrated in the CM House on November 12 at 6.30 p.m. CM Mr. Chouhan mentioned that Guru Nanak Ji emerged as the light in the darkness. ‘Ek Noor Se Sab Jag Upja Hai’, even though the form of worship is different. Everyone is alike, if everybody understands this then all the disputes and quarrels will vanish. Mr. Chouhan further stated that 350th year of Guru Govind Sahib is being celebrated. A train will be started soon for Gurudwara Patna Sahib under the Tirth Darshan Yojana on this occasion. He further said that Guru Govind Singh was a great and remarkable warrior. He fought against the injustice. He has history full of sacrifices. Mr. Chouhan said that he is making constant efforts for the welfare of all in the form of public servant. He prayed to the Almighty to show right path to all and to inspire them to follow the path of wisdom and virtuousness.
Everyone must perform better works. All should lead happy, healthy and prosperous life. Gyani Mr. Dilip Singh on behalf of the Sikh Sangat presented shawl, saropa and kripan to the Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan. Gyani ji mentioned that no religion teaches enmity. Jathedar of Akaltakht Amritsar Prof. Gurubachan Singh stated that the first Guru Nanak Dev do not belongs to an individual, he is for all and everyone has respect towards him. Mr. Ramesh Sharma (Guttu Bhaiyya), Mr. Vishnu Rathore and members of the Sikh Community in large number were present on the occasion.