Statue of late Sundarsinh Bhandari unveiled in Udaipur

Published By : Admin | June 22, 2010 | 11:19 IST
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On the occasion of unveiling the Statue of Ex. Governor of Gujarat, late Sundarsinh Bhandari in Udaipur of Rajasthan, Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Narendrabhai Modi today, called upon youths to free the nation from provincialism, racialism and vote-bank politics and take it to the summits of prosperity.

Lauding the efforts and martyrdom of great patriots of the country, he said that they have shown us a path of growth polity and our commitment to such idols is the only real way-out from the burning issues of the nation. Provincialism, racialism and vote-bank politics have corrupted the country after independence. Today, at least a 40% of the youths need to take motivation from life of late Sundarsinhji and walk on the path paved by him, he said.

BJP President Shri Nitin Gadakari unveiled the statue of senior RSS Pracharak, late Sundarsinh Bhandari. A large gathering of people coming from long distances was present to hear from the chief guest of the occasion, Shri Narendra Modi. Shri Modi appealed people to take inspiration from the life of patriots like Sundarsinhji. Charting late Sundersinhji as an ideal of RSS tradition he said the BJP leaders in past has moved in more than 400 districts to spread the message of patriotism.

Chief Minister said that a positive partnership between Gujarat and Rajasthan has benefited its' people with the water of Narmada. Provincialism can only birth fights between State and not benefit, he said.

Shri Modi also gave tribute to Chafekar brothers, Chandrashekhar Azad, Subhashchandra Boze, Vir Savarkar and Mahatma Gandhi and appealed to seek inspiration from their life and adept a path of growth polity.

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