Abu Road (Raj): The Brahma Kumaris held a Welcome Ceremony for the participants of a Cycle Rally, sponsored by the Indo Tibetan Border Police Force, with a route from Leh Ladakh to the Statue of Unity in Gujarat. The welcome ceremony was held at the Head Quarters of the Brahma Kumaris in Shantivan. The cycle rally was held under the ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav‘ initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to create awareness and strengthen the unity and harmony of India.
Biplab Kumar Deb, Honorable Chief Minister of Tripura, along with his wife, Niti Deb, was the Chief Guest on this occasion. Ajay Sharma, Deputy Commandant of the Indo Tibetan Border Police Force; Abhishek Surana, SDM, Mount Abu; BK Santosh, Joint Chief Administrator of Brahma Kumaris; and BK Mruthyunjaya, Executive Secretary of Brahma Kumaris, were also present.
Biplab Kumar Deb, Honorable Chief Minister of Tripura, in his address said that he has come to learn something and he has plenty of things to learn. He assured the audience that he will take everything he learns here to the people of Tripura. He praised wholeheartedly the effortsof Brahma Kumaris of Tripura in helping him achieve his dream of a Drug Addiction-Free Tripura. He mentioned that he seeks the help of Brahma Kumaris sisters in improving the conditions of jail inmates in his state.
He hoped that he will continue getting their support in the future as well. He talked about the tourism potential of the North East region and work done by his Government in Covid Relief and other sectors. The work done by Brahma Kumaris Organization of highlighting
the Indian Culture all over the world gives strength to our Nation and our Government.
We in the administration have the opportunity to learn something when we come here, and we hope to implement these principles in governance. The Honorable Chief Minister flagged off the cycle rally and paid tribute to Former Chief of Brahma Kumaris Dadi Prakashmani at her memorial Prakash Stambh (Tower of Light). He also paid his tribute to Former Chief of Brahma Kumaris Dadi Janki at her memorial Shakti Stambh (Tower of Might).
BK Santosh, Joint Chief Administrator of Brahma Kumaris, also expressed her good wishes for this initiative. BK Savita, HQ Coordinator of the Women’s Wing of the Rajayoga Education and Research Foundation, held a Rajayoga session.
BK Mruthyunjaya, Executive Secretary of Brahma Kumaris, thanked the Chief Minister for his visit to Shantivan. He assured the Chief Minister of full support of the Brahma Kumaris in the work of maintaining National unity and harmony.
The Honorable Chief Minister also visited Pandav Bhawan and the Gyansarovar complex at the International Headquarters of Brahma Kumaris in Mount Abu.
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