March 4, 2021

Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan Prays Earlier than Lord Ram’s Portrait in Covid-19 Facility



File photo of Shivraj Singh Chouhan. (Image: PTI)

File picture of Shivraj Singh Chouhan. (Picture: PTI)

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and state BJP president VD Sharma on Tuesday supplied prayers to Lord Ram at a hospital the place they’re un.

  • PTI Bhopal
  • Final Up to date: August 4, 2020, 10:36 PM IST

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and state BJP president VD Sharma on Tuesday supplied prayers to Lord Ram at a hospital the place they’re present process therapy for COVID-19 illness on the eve of the “bhoomi pujan” occasion in Ayodhya.

Elsewhere within the state, BJP staff lit lamps and burst crackers exterior the state headquarters of the get together.

Chouhan, his cupboard colleague Arvind Bhadoriya, Sharma and different sufferers at Chirayu Medical School and Hospital supplied prayers in entrance of Lord Ram’s portrait.

The BJP media cell shared the photographs and movies of Chouhan and others.

Interesting individuals to have fun the “bhoomi pujan” for the development of Lord Ram’s temple for 2 days, Chouhan and Sharam recited Ram Dhun on the quarantine facility.

BJP leaders additionally organised a prayer on the state get together headquarter.

Legislative Meeting’s protem speaker Rameshwar Sharma burst crackers and illuminated his residence.

State BJP spokesman Rajnish Agrawal instructed PTI that every one workplaces of the get together have been illuminated within the state to mark the event.

Agrawal mentioned social distancing norms and COVID-19 pointers have been adopted throughout celebrations.


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