The incident occurred during the minister’s visit to the commissioner office in Gwalior when a woman staff member complained of filthy washrooms.
In a bizarre incident, Madhya Pradesh Energy Minister Pradhuman Singh Tomar on Friday, July 31, cleaned the toilets of the commissioner office in Gwalior after a woman reportedly complained of its filthy conditions.
According to a channel, the incident occurred during the minister’s visit when a woman staff member complained about the squalid unclean washrooms in the premises.
Tomar asked local body officials to provide him cleaning material after which he, along with civic conservancy staff, got down to cleaning the washrooms. Later, the politician told reporters dirty toilets cause difficulties to all, especially women.
He also tweet that “Our respected father used to say often :- that your birth is only for the public service, and the religion of the public is not only to inform the department with problems, it is also to solve yourself when needed.
I am proud that father paramatmā has served me as the public servant of gwalior.”
“This servant will be working for the development of gwalior with his body and mind till the last breath.”
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi to MP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan makes continuous efforts to ensure cleanliness. Offices should be clean,” he added. He also mentioned that officials have been directed to ensure toilets etc are always clean and usable in the city.
General sec of Ram temple trust Champat Rai says trust has received around Rs 100 cr donation.
Shree Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra has received a donation around Rs 100 coror, said General Secretary of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust Champat Rai on Sunday.
While speaking to ANI, Rai said, “The data has not reached to the headquarters till now but we have got a report from our karyakartas, that they have received a donation for around Rs 100 coror for this noble cause.”
The Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Teerth Kshetra trust is conducting a mass contact and contribution campaign for the construction of the grand temple in Ayodhya which began on January 15 and will go on till February 27.
The Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra Trust was set up in accordance with the Supreme Court verdict on November 9, 2021, for the construction of Ram temple at Ayodhya.
In response to the questions raised regarding the donation made by the President of India Ram Nath Kovind for the construction of Ram Temple, Rai said that there is nothing wrong with it.
“He is an Indian and soul of India is Ram. So anybody who is capable can make offers in this noble cause,” he said.
President Ramnath Kovind on Friday donated Rs 5,00,100 as a contribution towards the construction of Ram Temple in Uttar Pradesh`s Ayodhya.
A Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) delegation including its International Working President Alok Kumar, RSS leader Kulbhushan Ahuja, the treasurer of Shri Ram Janmbhoomi Trust Govind Dev Giri and temple construction committee head Nripendra Mishra met President at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on January 15.
Champat Rai also informed that Ram temple construction has been started and it would be finished in-around 39 months, most likely before 2024.