BJP National Secretary and East Delhi MP Maheish Girri inaugurated Sewagirri magazine to apprise the local people with welfare programmes of the government and developmental initiatives of his constituency.
The magazine release event was organised Sunday at NDMC Convention Centre, Parliament Marg. The magazine was released by National President of BJP, Amit Shah accompanied by Bajrang Lal Gupta, an RSS leader, ShyamJaju, National Vice President of BJP and Manoj Tiwari, MP of North East Delhi.
On this occasion, Amit Shah while addressing the audience said that life of Maheish Girri has passed through many inspirational transitions and stages. He praised East Delhi MP’s dedication and service to the people.
He appreciated the MP’s effort to connect and communicate with the general public and give a closer glimpse of the developmental activities through Sewagirri magazine.
Manoj Tiwari said that Mandal presidents and other people’s representatives can come forward in apprising the general public with their developmental activities by publishing the same in Sewagirri magazine.
According to Maheish Girri, the main aim of Sewagirri is to propagate the values and thoughts of the great saints, constituency issues, governance, and welfare policies to the general public.
According to him, he chose the medium of Sewagirri magazine to bring transparency in governance, thereby giving him a chance to interact with people and get their feedback and criticism. He also chose Sewagirri to bring the welfare schemes of the government in the knowledge of the people so that they could make maximum use of such schemes.
Photo courtesy: BJP
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