Rashmi Singh offering food to medical staff in COVID care centre

Central Chronicle News
Takathpur, May 23: ‘It takes centuries for humans benevolent to be born, as they keep on the vigil of goodness alive for many centuries to go, and late Prime Minster Rajiv Gandhi was one among them’, says Rashmi Singh MLA Takathpur on occasion of 30th death anniversary of the late Premier celebrated also as Anti Terrorism Day. On the occasion of his martyrdom, Singh expressed gratitude towards late Gandhi for his services, dreams and vision of a young India. Paying rich respect, Singh also added that today’s India is a part of a dream Rajiv dreamt, and his dreams continue to enlighten millions of India’s young population. Takathpur Congress Committee under the guidance of Rashmi Singh, remembering Rajiv Gandhi took pledge to walk in national unity and solidarity as the day also marks a pledge against perpetual terrorism. INC workers also distributed dry ration, medicines, protein powder to frontline health workers and others. Nagar pallika President Pushpa Shrivas, District Congress Committee Vice President Munna Shrivas, Bal Singh Thakur, Kailash Dewangen, Shailnder Nilmarkar, Amit Masih, Pawan Pandey and others were present.

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