STATE TIMES NEWS KATHUA: Former Minister and President DCC kathua Dr Manohar Lal Sharma on Tuesday paid floral tributes to Former Prime Late Rajiv Gandhi on his 28th death anniversary as a mark of tribute to departed leader. While addressing meeting of party workers at Billawar and Dayalachak, Dr Sharma remembered his selfless services and sacrifices to the Nation and described Rajiv Gandhi as a tallest leader of the Country under whose leadership the Nation touched the new heights in respect of development, education, science and technology. Further he said that Rajiv Gandhi was the architect of Panchayat Raj System, who introduced Panchayat System in the country aiming to ensure development of the people at grass roots level, which proved a milestone in the over development of the poor and downtrodden section living in the country and also Rajiv Gandhi was hailed as the father of Information Technology and Telecom revolution of India popularly known as architect of Digital India. Subash Gupta (ex mlc), Anirudhkhajuria, Karandev Singh, Dalbir Sethi, Surinder Singh, Swarn Singh, Dimple Verma and Sumit Verma were also present. The students, faculty and members of Management of Rajiv Gandhi Memorial College of Education, Kathua paid floral tributes to former PM late Rajiv Gandhi on his 28th Death Anniversary. Anu Dogra Chairperson remembered the contribution of the departed leader particulary in the field of ICT, empowerment of Panchayats, empowering Youth of the country by lowering voting age and drafting of National Educational Policy to benefit all the sections of the society. Dr. G P Sachdev(Principal),Dr. Bandhana Bhasin(HOD M.Ed.), Monika Sharma(Vice Principal), Priyanka Verma, Iesha Sumbria, Priyanka, Jyoti Sharma, Devi Choudhary along with the students of B.A/B.Ed./M.Ed. and other staff members were also present . Meanwhile, on the occasion of 28th death anniversary of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Congress organised a function under the leadership of its former MLC and senior Congress leader Subash Gupta to pay tribute to departed leader. Subash Gupta along with other Congress activists paid tribute offering floral petals to the picture of Rajeev Gandhi. Yugal Kishore Bali, Anant Ram Dogra, Dr Ranjinder Singh, Ruldu Ram, Soma Nath Verma, Narinder Rathore, Bishan Dass, Romesh Kundal, Parveen Bhagat, Dhanesah Kumar, KC Bhagat, Yash Paul Singh, Master Sat Paul, Kishore Sharma and Rajeev Kumar were also present. KISHTWAR: Describing Rajiv Gandhi a man with great conviction, commitment and a visionary, J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Vice President, Ghulam Mohammad Saroori who presided over a function held at Kishtwar today, paid glowing tributes to Former Prime Minister and Gandhi icon on his 28th death anniversary. The Party leaders also described the assassination of Former PM as an irreparable loss to the entire Nation. On the occasion, Kishtwar Congress organised a function to pay tributes to Former Prime Minister in which Senior Congress Leaders, Office bearers, Mahila Congress and youth Congress leaders participated and paid floral tributes to departed leader. Those who spoke and paid tributes to Rajiv Gandhi on this occasion Included, Raj Kumar Badyal, Tariq Hussain Mintoo, Madan Lal Bhandari, Ghulam Mohd, Mohd Iqbal Keen, Mohd Iqbal Khanday, Sharik Ahmed Saroori, Rinku Kotwal, Waseem Sajjad Akhtar Hussain and others. Meanwhile, the Congress leaders and workers held a meeting at Nowshera under the chairmanship of Master Som Raj Block President in which the participants gave rich tributes to the late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. The speakers threw light on the life and contributions of Rajiv towards nation. Prominent among those present include Advocate Gourav Sharma, Mukand Lal, Manprit Kour, Satpal and Isher Singh.
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