CM pays tribute to late Smt. Indira Gandhi


By : Arvind Sharma

Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh paid floral tribute to former Prime Minister, Late Smt. Indira Gandhi on her 29th death anniversary at Government Degree College Dharamshala on Thursday. He also administered oath of unity, integrity and to fight against terrorism.

Chief Minister also inaugurated a blood donation camp organised by Rovers and Rangers Unit, Government Degree College Dharamshala to mark death anniversary of Late Smt. Indira Gandhi. As many as 35 students of the college donated blood on the occasion. Chief Minister also inspected the on-going construction work of the college auditorium and directed the concerned authorities to complete the work in time.

He also visited zonal hospital Dharamshala and directed authorities to maintain cleanliness in the hospital, besides new born care unit of children and female wards of the hospital. He said that specialist doctor’s strength would be increased to provide specialized medical care to the people and C.T. scan unit would be also replaced.

Sujan Singh Pathania, Agriculture and Power Minister, Sh. Sudhir Sharma, Urban Development and Housing Minister,  Sh. Rajesh Dharmani, Chief Parliamentary Secretary, Sh. Ajay Mahajan, Sh. Sanjay Rattan, both MLAs, Sh. Jagdish Spehia, Chairmen KCC Bank, Sh. Kewal Singh Pathania, Vice Chairman Forest Corporation, Sh. Balbir Tegta, Chairman, H.P. Board of School Education, Sh. Surender Kaku, Ex MLA, Sh. T.G.Negi, Administrative Advisor to CM, Sh. C Palrasu DC, Sh. Balbir Thakur, SP Kangra and other senior officers, prominent persons were present on the occasion.

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Arvind Sharma is a permanent resident of Dharamshala in HP, and is an award winning bi-lingual journalist with more than 22 years of experience. He started his writing career from local weekly Himachal Kesri and later worked with Divya Himachal, Dainik Jagran, Dainik Bhaskar, Vir Partap and Ajit. Currently, he is working with news agency PTI. He was conferred with the Himachal Kesri journalism award in 2010.

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