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Sadbhavana Day Pledge administered to Raj Bhavan staff

Published On : 20 Aug 2017   |  Reported By : Ronida Mumbai


The Governor of Maharashtra Ch Vidyasagar Rao gives ‘Sadbhavana Day Pledge’ to Raj Bhavan Officer and staff on Rajiv Gandhi birth anniversary.

The Governor of Maharashtra Ch Vidyasagar Rao gave the Sadbhavana Day Pledge to the staff and officers of Raj Bhavan on the occasion of the 73rd Birth Anniversary of the former Prime Minister of India late Shri Rajiv Gandhi on Saturday (19 Aug). The birth anniversary of Rajiv Gandhi is observed as ‘Sadbhavana Diwas’.

Raj Bhavan staff joined by the staff of PWD and the Jawans of the State Reserve Police Force and Mumbai Police posted at Raj Bhavan read out the Pledge with the Governor. Earlier the Governor offered flowers to the portrait of late Shri Rajiv Gandhi.

The Sadbhavana Day Pledge calls upon the people ‘to work for the emotional oneness and harmony of all the people of India regardless of caste, creed, region, religion or language’ and to ‘resolve all differences through dialogue and constitutional means without resorting to violence’.

Secretary to the Governor B Venugopal Reddy and Deputy Secretary Ranjit Kumar were prominent among those present on the occasion.

 

 

 







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