Program: Celebrated death anniversary by offering flowers on the oil painting of former Congress District President Nageswara Prasad

News

5 Arapei arrested for sabotage: 5 Arapei arrested for sabotage in medical storeClosing: Shiva Mahapuran concludes in Bharaja
Program: Celebrated death anniversary by offering flowers on the oil painting of former Congress District President Nageswara Prasad
At
10:47 PM July 28, 2022
Views
5 Views

Former District President Late under the chairmanship of District Vice President Jitendra Prashant Singh at District Congress Office Rajendra Ashram. The 14th death anniversary of Nageswara Prasad was celebrated. On this occasion, Mr. Singh said that late. Prasad continued to follow the principle of high thought for a lifetime. He worked to build Rajendra Ashram during the tenure of the District President. At the same time, the party was tied in a source and took everyone along. Today we are all committed to walk on the path given by them. His death was also held on the post of District President. Today, their deficiency is felt not only in the district but also in the state. Nageshwar Babu's son and current District President Dilip Kumar said that he was an active member of the lifetime Congress party. He had united all the scattered Congressmen by visiting all panchayats and blocks to strengthen the party during the tenure of the District President. Today, due to his taught ideals, he is in Congress today. The meeting of the State Working Committee was called under his chairmanship for the first time in the entire Bihar during the District President of Nageshwar Babu. In which many national level leaders of the party, including Digvijay Singh, BK Hariprasad, had migrated to Nalanda for 3 days. District President Shri Kumar said that with the inspiration of father, he is in the Congress party today. He was the one who inspired us to come to the Congress party. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

Read more: Closing: Shiva Mahapuran concludes in Bharaja
HomeNews