Rajasthan CM Fondly Remembers Veteran Leader and BJP Founder on Sharma’s Book Release
Political analyst, social service, sociologist, economist, journalist, philosopher, historian and above all, an exemplary example of an ideal human being. Pandeet Deen Dayal Upadhyaya’s life is inspiring tale for modern day politicians. Upadhyaya laid the foundation of Bhartiya Jan Sangh that eventually evolved into Bhartiya Janta Party in a matter of time. Mahendra Chandra Sharma, Ex-MP and Director of Human Philosophy, Research and Development Group compiled the entire lifestyle and philosophy of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya in a 15-volume publication. Sharma’s book release held at Birla Auditorium, Jaipur was attended by Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje. The CM inspired people to adopt Upadhyaya’s principles in their everyday life.
“We’ve Tried to Inculcate Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya’s Teaching in Our Government Policies”, says Raje
Falling into the footsteps of this veteran leader, Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje proposed the concept of Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Jan Kalyan Shivir. These camps were held at Gram Panchayat level to provide direct benefits of government policies to the natives.
Accordingly, Rajasthan government has come up with innovative concepts like Bhamashah Yojana and GRAM to reach out to farmers, labours and lower classes. Raje delivered an inspiring lecture highlighting the humanitarian spirit of Upadhyaya and resolved to remove racism, backwardness and capitalism from society. According to Raje, Upadhyaya believed in using politics for building a sound, progressive and stable society. BJP leaders have tried to implant his principles in framing their administrative policies.
CM used this opportunity to speak of a grand monument which is being constructed in the memory of Upadhyaya near Dhankya Railway Station, Jaipur. This project is in progress. Upon completion, this memorial will reflect his research work and political ideologies.
After CM’s impressive address, RSS Joint Secretary Krishna Gopal and Sharma shed light on Upadhyaya’s principles.
Towards the end of her address, CM confirmed her plans of buying about 5,000 copies of Sharma’s publications. All 15 books in these series will be displayed in museums, libraries and selected government offices for public reading.
The event was attended by all important officers including state president Ashok Parnami, VCs of important universities and key government officials.