Know what happened here, the children clad in the statue of the martyr father,
State Minister of State Banshadhar Bajia said that Shekhawati is the land of heroic saputas.
Reengus : The statue of Ladley Shaheed Nathuram Mahla of Dadiyarampura village was unveiled on Wednesday. Sikar MP Sumeetand Saraswati Sainik Welfare Board Chairman Prem Singh Bajaur, former Union Minister Mahadev Singh Khandela, youth leader Subhash Mile, Choumu MLA Ramlal Sharma, District Council member Mahendra Singh Dhayal, District Sainik Welfare Officer Col Surendra Singh, Gaurav Senani Rameshwar Lal , Commander Dhaulia Singh was the chief guest. The program was chaired by Minister of State for Finance Bansheedhar Bajia. After immersion of the statue, the people and villagers offered a flower chakra on the statue of the martyr and bowed down. Shaheed’s Veerangana Santosh Devi, son Sachin and daughter-in-law of Monika and Priyanka Shaheed became passionate about seeing the statue.
State Minister of State Banshadhar Bajia said that Shekhawati is the land of heroic saputas. Shekhawati has achieved the distinction of giving the highest military force to the country. Shekhawati’s lal will never allow Bharat mata to come in the way. During the program, the children of Little Dream School gave cultural performances on the salute parade and the country’s devotional songs. During this time many hundreds of villages were present, including Sarpanch Gayatri Devi, Upsarpanch Shankar Lal Mahla, Malakali Sarpanch Jagan Singh Badhla, Gyanaram Mahla, Hanuman Meena, Raghnath Mahila, Naruram, Mahendra, Suresh Sharma, Haralal Mahala, Pintu Dayal Sharma.
MP Sumeetand Saraswati announced the construction of a modern gymnasium worth Rs 9 lakhs near the memorial of Shaheed Nathuram Mahla. The MP said that Rs 6 lakh for the building of the school building and Rs 3 lakh for modern equipment. The MP said that many of the village’s Nathuram palace will be ready for nation service.
Announcements made in the ceremony
The announcement was made by the Director of Little Dream School for the completion of the school education of the martyrs free of cost and the announcement was made by the governor of Sainik School Kisanpura for higher education. Hanuman Meena of the village announced a grant of Rs 11 thousand to Veeranganga, while Veerangana demanded to keep the name of Ramamav of the village in the name of martyr from the people’s representatives. Choumu MLA Ramlal Sharma assured the widening of the road going to Dhodsar, Gudlia Via Dadri Rampura, Khatoshiyamji and said that he would make efforts with the Minister of Health of the State, Bajiya, who would get the benefit of the khatchamji leaves during the fair.