(The office bearers of the Jain Sabha promised all possible help for the protection of journalism)
TTT NEWS NETWORK
KOLKATA/ BIKANER 7 JANUARY 2024:
The journalists who have reached Kolkata from Bikaner ( Rajasthan) for an educational tour were welcomed by Shri Sthanakvasi Shwetambar Jain Sabha located in Kashipur area.
Journalists were honored by presenting them shawls in a function organized in the courtyard of Jain College under the chairmanship of Bhamashah Sardarmal Kankaria.
During th e programmee, the officials of Jain Sabha promised that full protection will be given to journalism in Bikaner and every possible help will be provided for it.
In his inaugural address, Sardarmal Kankaria said that till now 10 institutions have been opened in Kolkata with the help of the society. He told that in future they want to build a cancer hospital in Howrah and an action plan has been prepared for this.
Kankaria told that Jain Sabha are providing ration to two hundred and fifty families and every year we also keep honoring famous litterateurs and intellectuals on behalf of our organization.
Speaking on the occasion, Bikaner’s well-known industrialist Kanhaiyalal Bothra said that even at the age of 95, Bhamashah Sardar Mal Kankaria remains a leader in social service and has done many remarkable works in the field of education, hence our demand is that the Central Government should award him Padma Shri award.
Assistant Director of Information and Public Relations Department in Kolkata of rajasthan Government , Hinglaj Dan Ratnoo underlined the cultural importance of Kolkata and Bikaner.
The program was also addressed by JAR State Vice President Bhavani Joshi, Bikaner JAR President Shyam Maru, JAR Bikaner Divisional Secretary Neeraj Joshi, Bikaner JAR Vice President Vikram Jagarwal, Nagaur District President Pramod Acharya. The program was conducted by Harish B Sharma.
On this occasion, on behalf of Bikaner city, Bhamashah Sardar Mal Kankaria, industrialist Kanhaiya Lal Bothra, Ajay Daga etc. were honored by giving them a memento.
A total of 25 journalists including Omprakash Soni, Dheeraj Joshi, Kamalkant Sharma, Durgesh Garg, Rajendra Sen were honored.