By Tricitynews Reporter
Kurukshetra 05th November:- To bring laurels for the country, Bhagwan Sri Satya Sai Baba roam around entire country including Kurukshetra in Haryana. As a result of his commitment, service and blessings, Sai Centres are being opened for welfare of the people, which is a matter of pride. He is feeling honoured in inaugurating this centre. These views were expressed by chief guest of the inaugural program of Sai Centre K Chakraborty and Guest of Honour National President of Shri Satya Sai Sewa Sangathan Nimish Pandya.
Both the speakers said that Bhagwan Shri Satya Sai Baba was born in this world to uplift the society and nation and to enlighten the society. He put his all efforts to make this world best and it was the result of his efforts that his followers, after serving various places, have decided to serve this area. The inauguration of this Sai Centre depicts that all should unite together to make the society better and effective so that it heads towards further betterment.
The other guests also expressed their views and discussed about services rendered to the society by Shri Satya Sai Sewa Baba.
The inaugural program of Sai Centre was organized under the aegis of Sri Satya Sai Sewa Centre Kurukshetra with the support of Sri Satya Trust Haryana, Chandigarh. It was inaugurated by Retired IAS K Chakraborty. The program was presided over by RJ Ratnakar. Special invitees included MLA Subhash Sudha, Vice President of All India Shri Satya Sai Sewa Sangathan N Ramni, Chairman, Punjab Education Tribunal Rajiv Bhalla, President, Consumer Dispute Redressal Forum Nawab Singh and former IAS Ashok Yadav.
Earlier in the morning a Sobha Yatra was taken out after which the inauguration of the Centre took place. This was followed by Sarvadharma Bhajan, address by guests, felicitation and Sadhna Bhoj.
The members of organizing commit included Trust Coordinator B Bhardwaj, State President C Dhir, State Coordinator PS Tanwar and State Vice President Dr RV Kharab. This program has become an epitome of the visit of Shri Swami ji in 1st April 1972 in which preference was given to feeling of serving.