CM Chouhan volunteers labour in Ashrams
Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that he does not want to waste the opportunity to serve saints in Ashrams devastated by recent rains and storm in Simhastha Mela area at Ujjain. The Chief Minister volunteered labour at various Ashrams in Mela area today. Along with the Chief Minister, Revenue Minister Rampal Singh, MLA Dr. Mohan Yadav and Vishwas Sarang, CM’s wife Smt. Sadhana Singh, In-charge Minister Bhupendra Singh’s wife Smt. Saroj Singh and a number of workers also volunteered labour.
The Chief Minister said that saints and seers from all over the country are attending Simhastha. With their blessings, Simhastha will be held successfully. Everything will be restored in Ashrams with cooperation of all. Chouhan said that the state government is making maximum efforts that devotees from country and abroad face no problems.
During Shramdan, the Chief Minister sought blessings of Ramtapeshwar Maharaj of Janakpur Dham of Nepal in his Ashram, Balramdas Maharaj of Vrandavan, Rampadarath Das Junagarh, Gujarat, Gauredau Radhe Radhe Baba, Hari Narayan Santoshi Khalsa, Akhil Bharti Nirmohi Radhe Radhe Baba, Bankhandi Shaktipeeth Kalidhan Jalon, Anjani Annapurna Kshetra and Ujjain Khalsa. The Chief Minister also sought blessings of Ayodhya’s Sant Nrityagopaldas Maharaj at his cottage in Chhoti Chhaoni Ayodhya Ashram. Later, Chouhan visited Rawatpura Sarkar’s Ashram and held discussions with Sant Ravishankar Maharaj.