Ranchi (By our correspondent): Chief Minister Raghubar Das called on the able and well being to contribute to make changes
in the life of the poor as it will help to maintain equality in society. He said that Diya of Diwali itself burns to light up others and similarly people should also work to bring happiness in the lives of others Mr Das said while inaugurating the Diwali Mela
organised by IPSOWA at the Jap grounds here.
He said that the policemen ensure peace and work of the lives of people and before criticising them one should think that when they celebrate festivals with their families these policemen remain in dury and are sacrificing their lives to make the state naxal free. He said that the state government was with the family of the martyrs and said that their families would be provided homes under PMAY and similarly care would be also taken of the orphan kids in the state.
He said the festivals and meals bring happiness in the lives of the people and during Diwali whether rich or small all people clean their homes and decorate them. This festival also teaches about cleanliness and said that cleanliness should not be confined to one particular day but be maintained throughout the year.
On the occasion, children of Aanchal Sishu Ashram were also felicitated. Those present on the occasion included DGP Jharkhand DK Pandey DG Headquarters PRK Naidu IPSOWA president Poonam Pandey Pramila Naidu Sikha Gupta and others.