Lucknow: Today, “Ek Manch Teen Awaaz Sewa Suraksha Lekhni Janshakti Seva Samman” was organized at Police Line Lucknow in which 51 policemen, 30 journalists and 50 public servants were honored for doing excellent work in the society.
The organizers of the Janshakti Seva Samman program were social organizations Maa Gayatri Jan Seva Sansthan and Nishu Welfare Foundation.
In which former Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma, Police Commissioner Lucknow DK Thakur attended as the chief guest, while the special guests included Pawan Kumar Singh Chauhan, MLC and Chairman of SR Groups, K. Vikram Rao Senior Journalist, Sunita Aron Editor Hindustan Times, Piyush Mordia Joint Commissioner of Police Lucknow, Onkar Singh Former IG UP Police attended.
Distinguished guests included Mukesh Bahadur Singh – Senior Social Activist and Chairman Indo American Chamber of Commerce, SK Singh Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police, SM Kasim Abdi Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police, Prachi Singh, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police, Santosh Srivastava , Social Worker and Director Nilansh Group, Rahul Gupta, Social Worker and Director Anandi Magic World, Sameer Sheikh CMD Dreamz Group President Kalam Foundation, Sanjay Kashyap social worker and leader Nishad Party enhanced the dignity of the program.
The program started with the lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest, former Deputy Chief Minister Dr Dinesh Sharma, and Police Commissioner DK Thakur. Expressing his views, Dr. Dinesh Sharma said that with the coordination of police, journalists and social workers, the fabric of the society can be strengthened a lot and we should respect these three.
Police Commissioner DK Thakur said that the way police journalists and social workers worked in Kovid is a unique example of coordination of all three. Along with this, DK Thakur answered various questions by journalists and social workers. MLC Pawan Singh Chauhan said that police journalist and social worker are three strong pillars of our society and we should respect these three pillars. Other top police officers answered the questions of the people through public dialogue and told the importance of the role of police journalists and social workers.
51 policemen, 30 journalists and 50 social workers were honored by wearing clothes and giving moments by the chief and very special and special guests. Honored policemen, journalists and social workers told that if their work gets respect in the society, then they feel very happy.
Program organizer Arun Pratap Singh Convenor NGO Cell, Metropolitan Lucknow BJP and Founder Mother Gayatri Janseva Sansthan and Gunjan Verma Co-Convenor NGO Cell and President of Nishu Welfare Foundation said that both the organizations together have been helping the poor and needy for many years.
In this sequence, from time to time, organizations have also been respecting social workers, policemen, women and journalists. “Janshakti Seva Samman” is dedicated to police, journalists and public servants. It is only with the coordination of all three that today we have been able to save thousands of lives in an epidemic like Kovid. When we honor these true heroes of the society for their work, it gives them encouragement for their work, due to which they perform their duties with more energy. The program was carried out in association with SR Groups of Institution, Kiran Foundation, Basics Advertising, Kalam Foundation, The Hunar Foundation, Modern Daur Patrika, Bharatiya Janata Swaraj Sena Social Organization. The program was presided over by RK Chaturvedi, former IG, Uttar Pradesh Police. Anchor Pradeep Kumar Shukla anchored the program and Mukesh Mishra, Regional Convenor Divyang Cell BJP, Dr. Nitika Singh Gaur did the efficient coordination of the program. Seema Rai, Mona Verma, Roli Jaiswal, Rudra Pratap Bajpai, Neelam Srivastava, Manish Pandit and Uttam Porwal along with Anshul Nigam were present.