Jamshedpur, June 9: Social organisation Naman paid rich tribute to Bhagwan Birsa Munda on his death anniversary. Rich tributes were paid to the great martyr at Naman’s Sakchi office on Wednesday. The programme was restricted to a limited gathering as per the Corona restrictions and guidelines.
Founder Amarpreet Singh Kale said on the occasion that even today the dreams of Lord Birsa Munda ji are unfulfilled. Most of the politicians sitting in power or the responsible officials have become selfish at some point. Even common people are also probably not able to perform their duties, today we need not for caste or caste or for our benefit while choosing our public representatives. We need to choose such a person who is suitable for the upliftment of the society. He said that at the age of 25 Birsa Munda ji attained martyrdom.At the age of 25, the youth of today may not be as conscious of his duties. He said that the state is struggling from independence till date due to illiteracy, unemployment and lack of healthy resources.
Senior journalist Brij Bhushan Singh, who was present, said that Birsa Munda sacrificed his life to protect his land, culture and his honor. He said that there should be a special place for great men in the hearts of the youth so that we never forget our history.
Those present on the occasion included Raghavendra Sharma, Akhilesh Pandey, Romi Singh, Sandeep Singh Pappu, Jugun Pandey, Mahesh Mishra, Bibhas Majumdar, Prince Singh, Santosh Yadav, Ganesh Dubey, Deepak Kumar, Ravi Gill, Manish Singh, Suman Kumar, Raju Kumar, Sarabjit Singh Toby, Dheeraj Choudhary, Shubham Lal, Vikas Gupta, Sanjay Singh, Prashanjeet paid their respects.