Thursday, September 27, 2012

Badal joins 99th Jayanti of Devi Lal in Sirsa

S. Parkash Singh Badal CM Punjab joins 99th Jayanti of Ch Devi Lal in Sirsa
27 September, 2012
Pictures and Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, GS Mann
Watch Parkash Singh Badal Inaugurates Hospital Complex at JCDV accompanied by Abhay Singh Chautala on 25 Sep 2012 CM Punjab Sardar Parkash Singh Badal Inaugurates New Hospital Complex and Tau Museum a museum of memories of Ch Devi Lal at JCDV accompanied by Ch Abhay Singh Chautala MLA Ellenabad on 25th Sep 2012. These inaugurations were to commemorate the 99th Birth Anniversary of Ch Devi Lal


Watch: 99th Ch Devilal Jayanti at Tau Devilal Town Park, multi-faith prayers attended by fans of Devi Lal and office bearers of INLD on moring of 25th September 2012. In this Video: Amir Chawla, Pardeep Mehta, Padam Jain, Krishan Gumber, Mahabir Sharma, Hari Singh Bhari and others

The 99th Birth Anniversary of former Deputy Prime Minister Chaudhary Devi Lal was celebrated at JCD Vidyapeeth yesterday. To provide better health services Jan Nayak Chaudhary Devilal Super Speciality Hospital & Trauma Centre of global standards and Tau Devilal Museum was inaugurated by S. Parkash Singh Badal, Chief Minister, Punjab. Sh. Abhay Singh Chautala, MLA, Ellenabad and Chairman, Chaudhary Devilal Memorial Trust was the preside over guest on this occasion. Mr. Maninder Pal Singh Brar, Vice Chairman, JCD Vidyapeeth was the Special Guest for this event. Specialist doctors would be appointed in the 110 bedded super specialty hospital, said the CEO, Dr. Rajinder Singh Tada. He said, the day is not far when the people even in far-off villages could avail specialized consultancy at their doorsteps. Speaking on the facilities and services, he said that hospital provides services of universal standards that are affordable to common man. Paying rich tributes to Jan Nayak Chaudhary Devilal, S. Parkash Singh Badal said, Chaudhary Devilal was the kind of mass leader who left an indelible mark in the history of independent India. He was a strong protagonist of the interests of the farmers, and for long he will be remembered for working for the welfare of the agricultural labourers and farmers. He stood for the integrity of India and social equity. He said that I pay homage to a noble soul and a great son of India who served the cause of his beliefs to the last days of his life. He remembered Chaudhary Devilal and said that he still cherish his friendship with him. The museum houses a rare collection of Photographs, Watch, Spectacles, Books, Furniture, Footwear, Wallet, Utensils, VCR, Gramophone and Clothes etc.  associated with Chaudhary Devi Lal.  Later on a Cultural Evening was also organized in the auditorium of JCDV. The Chief Guest of the function was Dr. Anoop Lather, Director of Youth Welfare and Cultural Affairs, Kurukshetra University while Mr. Dushyant Singh Chautala presided over the function. Hundreds of people were present at JCDV to pay their homage to the great leader.

The Program had commenced with the arrival of the Chief Guest with a floral welcome to them. After the floral welcome, the lamp was lit, followed by the Saraswati Vandana by the students of The Sirsa School. After this a special choreography from the students of Pharmacy College was presented portraying the life of today’s youth. It held the audience enthralled with surcharged dancing and emotions. This was followed by an enactment by Sh. Daryav Singh Malik, actor of Haryanvi Film, ‘Runda’ of film ‘Chandrawal’.
Subsequently a Haryanvi Skit from JCD Memorial College was staged on the burning issue of Female Foeticide emphasized the need for spreading awareness against female foeticide to restore gender balance.  Girls from JCDM College of Engineering performed Giddha and it was an absolute eye catching event. Bolis were lyrically sung and danced by girls. These boliyan covered a variety of themes such as excesses committed by husbands and mother-in-laws. The exuberance and vitality of the people of Punjab are vigorously displayed in this dance form. Later on Hari Singh Dilbar, a renowned Punjabi poet recited ranged widely in themes, from patriotic fervor to personal relationships and social issues, from focusing on maternal love to denouncing the corrupt politics prevailing in the country. Poet took his turn to recite his compositions even as the huge crowd assembled at the venue responded with a thunderous applause.
This then was followed by a song ‘Akhiya nu rahn de akhiyan de kol kol’ sung by Dental College student Sachin which was absolutely awesome. Then the spectators were thrilled by the most awaited performance by students of management ‘Bhangra’. It represented the liveliness and dynamism of people of Punjab. The dance mainly involves boys, who performed to the fast beats of drum and music. The Vidyapeeth administration announced a cash prize of rupees 1100/- for the outstanding performance of fourth class employees in their respective fields. Prizes were distributed by the Chief Guest to the deserving participants who took part in the function.
At the end, Dr. Anoop Lather, Chief Guest, highlighted the importance of the cultural activities and exhorted the students to take part in these activities as participation in them is a must for the all round development of the personality. He also laid emphasis on the importance of discipline, commitment and positive attitude. He encouraged the students with his words of wisdom and blessings and asked them to tread on the path shown by Chaudhary Devilal and become a true INDIAN. Mr. Dushyant Singh Chautala said that we do no favour when we acknowledge Chaudhary Devi Lal as the Jan Nayak and the sobriquet ‘Tau’ has been truly earned by him over the long decades of public service. Dr. Shamim Sharma welcomed the Chief Guest and other distinguished guests and in her address she said that the welfare of people was a mission with Chaudhary Devil Lal, and he strove hard to see the peoples’ power reflected in the peoples’ rule.
At last vote of thanks was delivered by the Program coordinator Dr. Kuldeep Singh. He said an event of this magnitude requires detailed planning months in advance. It also requires meticulous execution that leaves nothing to chance. He thanked the organizers particularly staff members of JCD Vidyapeeth for making this program a resounding success.
Report: by Niyati Chaudhary

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