National Conference Provincial President and Member Legislative Assembly (MLA) Nagrota, Devender Singh Rana in the presence of DIG, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Jammu Zone, M.C Panwar and Additional Deputy Commissioner Jammu Arun Manhas, on Wednesday inaugurated a Langar being organized by Bharat Sevashram Sangha for Amarnath Pilgrims at Panjgrain, Nagrota.
Continuing their commitment towards the service of humanity, Swami Satyamitra Nand Ji, Incharge Jammu and Kashmir of BSS, said that a Bhandara is being organized by the devotees of the Sangha for Shri Amarnath pilgrims at Panjgrain, Nagorta every year.
“Bhandara will continue till the end of the Shri Amarnath Yatra,” he said adding that the pilgrims will be served breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Langar during the Yatra period.
He further said that Sangh also provide free medical service as well and rehabilitation for pilgrims.
While speaking on the occasion, Devender Rana appreciated the social work done by the organization. He said that BSS is engaged in hosting social welfare activities all over the country.
BSS is contributing in the spheres of health, education and self-employment, he added. He expressed hope that Yatra will be completed successfully without any untoward incident.
Earlier on their arrival, MLA and other dignitaries along with BSS members performed Puja in traditional style of BSS, followed by unfurling of the Sansthan flag prominent members of Sangha and civil society.
In the programme, Swami Satyamitra Nand Ji also honoured the invited guest with shawls and mementoes.
Later, Devender Rana, M.C Panwar and Arun Manhas served Prasad of the Bhandara to all the participants.