3 Dec 2022

Bhopal Gas Tragedy: We Have To Learn A Lesson From Bhopal, Says CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan


Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that balance of development and environment is necessary. Destruction of nature in the name of development is not appropriate. Today pollution is increasing in rivers everywhere. If we don't think about, the conditions of global warming will be created. He said that the state government would always be cooperative towards the citizens affected by the gas tragedy.
CM Chouhan was addressing the tribute and all-religion prayer meeting at Barkatullah Bhawan Central Library, Bhopal on the 38th anniversary of Bhopal gas tragedy today. He said that every person has come on earth for a few days. It has also been said in all religions that always do good deeds in life. We will have to bear the consequences of bad deeds. God is one, the paths are different. 

CM Chouhan said if you listen to each of the religious leaders together, you get a meaningful message. As long as a person is alive, he should do good deeds, fulfill his duties. Everyone has different responsibilities. Everyone should do their duty. Only then our life will be blessed.

Religious leaders have given a meaningful message

CM Chouhan thanked the religious leaders that today they have given a meaningful message at the all-religion prayer meeting here. He said that we have to learn a lesson from Bhopal. The Bhopal gas tragedy gives a message. While exploiting the nature, we should use as much as we can compensate.
Chouhan said that the state government is standing with the people affected by the gas tragedy. On behalf of the people of the state, the Chief Minister paid homage to the brothers and sisters who lost their lives in the tragedy and offered floral tributes. The CM said that I pray to God to give peace to the departed souls and give us wisdom so that no city becomes Bhopal. Let us all perform our civic duties.
Ramesh Tripathi from Hindu religion, City Qazi Syed Mushtaq Ali Nadvi from Muslim religion, Veer Kumar Jain from Jainism, Shaikh Jauher Bhai Shakir from Bohra community, Gyani Gurmesh Singh from Sikhism, Maria Stephen from Christian religion and Shakya Putra Sagar of Buddha religion were present in the all-religion prayer meeting.

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