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Minister Pant performs You Tube launching of the “Shri Ram Bhajan” composed by secretariat employee


You Tube launching of the “Shri Ram Bhajan”, composed by secretariat employee Bhupendra Singh Baseda was done by Finance Minister Mr. Prakash Pant at secretariat on Wednesday. On this occasion, Mr. Pant said that with the launch of this Bhajan, the common man will get the benefit of getting information about the greatness of Maryada Purshotam Lord Shri Ram. He said that composer Baseda has penned down and sung the Bhajan himself. In our public life, Lord Rama’s greatness is of great importance. He termed it as a beautiful and meaningful endeavour. Through this Bhajan, the poet Baseda has given his hidden talent the form of composition, for which he needs to be applauded. He said that Baseda has proved that if anyone gets an opportunity to show talent, then he can be successful. He greeted Baseda and expressed his hope that he would continue to benefit the masses through his songs on various subjects like this.

Secretary, Secretariat Harbans Singh Chugh congratulated the lyricist and singer Baseda for the beautiful work. President of the Secretariat Association Deepak Joshi appreciated the efforts of Bhupendra Baseda and hoped that in the future he would continue to benefit the masses through his songs. The programme was conducted by Rakesh Joshi, General Secretary of the Secretariat Association. Lyricist and singer Shri Baseda thanked all the people. He said that in the “Shri Ram Bhajan”, the greatness of Lord Shri Ram has been described and common man will get its benefit.

On this occasion, Additional Secretary Arjun Singh, G.B. Oli, Musician Sanjay Kumola, representative of Pahari Topi Samooh Sanstha Rakesh Singh Mahar and others were present.

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