Friday, January, 27,2023

IT’S IMPORTANT TO VISIT PUSHKAR FOR COMMUNAL HARMONY: MAMATA

Ajmer: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who reached Ajmer from New Delhi on Tuesday, said that Bengal and Rajasthan have a different relationship. Many people from Rajasthan live in Bengal, many IAS and IPS in Bengal are also from Rajasthan. When she was the Union railway minister, she made a scheme and had to fight a lot to unite the country. She said that it is very important to visit Pushkar for communal harmony. People of Rajasthan and West Bengal share a different relationship, added West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. From Kishangarh airport, she reached Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti’s dargah for Ziyarat and offered chadar. Khadim Syed Muqaddas Moini got the Ziyarat done. She also met Ajmer Dargah Diwan Zainul Abedin.The health of Dargah Diwan is not going well for some time as such Banerjee inquired about his health. After this, she reached Circuit House for rest and from there she worshiped and visited Brahma temple at Pushkar.

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