CM pays obeisance at Deras of Nakodar ; announces 11 lakh each for Deras
Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in
Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Sunday paid obeisance at Dera Baba Murad Shah and Darbar Almast Bapu Lal Badshah, Nakodar (Jalandhar).
Accompanied by MLA Hardev Singh Ladi Sherowalia, Former Minister Amarjeet Singh Samra, Ex-MLA Kanwaljeet Singh Lalli and others, the Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi went to Dera Baba Murad Shah where he prayed for the welfare of all sections of the society besides seeking blessings to serve the people of Punjab for more effectively. The trustees of Dera Baba Murad Shah presented a shawl to the Chief Minister, who also partook the langar with sangat.
The Chief Minister also met and interacted with the sangat gathered from different parts of the state.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi also paid obeisance at Darbar Bapu Lal Badshah , Nakodar.
While visiting the Darbar complex, the Chief Minister also spoke with the sangat besides partaking in langar along with head Sewadar and MP Hans Raj Hans. CM Channi also prayed for the peace and prosperity in the state.
CM Channi also announced grants of Rs 11 lakh each for the both religious places.
CM pays obeisance at Deras of Nakodar ; announces 11 lakh each for Deras. Prominent amongst present on the occasions included congress leaders Navjot Dahiya, Ashwan Bhalla, Sonu Dhesi, Honey Joshi, Sukhwinder Kotli, Amritpal Bhonsle, Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori, IG Jalandhar Zone GS Dhillon, SSP Satinder Singh and others.
Almast Baba Lal Badshah
Almast Baba Lal Badshah also known as Almast Bapu Lal Badshah is a Sufi saint. The dargah is a Sufiyana Darbar located in Nakodar, Jalandhar District, Punjab, India. The Darbar is a symbol of love and peace where people from all different castes and religions come and pay their respects at this Darbar.
Dera Baba Murad Shah
Dera Baba Murad Shah is a Sufiyana Darbar located in Nakodar, Jalandhar Punjab, India. The Darbar is a symbol of love and peace where people from all different castes and religions come and pay their respects at this Darbar.