Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and Deputy CM Nitin Patel paid homage to Hariprasad Swami at Sokhada
Said Gujarat has lost a great saint but his blessings will always be with all
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel and Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama visited Sokhada on Sunday and paid homage to Hariprasad Swami. The Chief Minister was present at Swamiji funeral.
Paying homage to Hariprasad Swamiji on behalf of the six and a half crore people of Gujarat, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said that Swamiji is definitely not with us, but he is always with us. He expressed the belief that his blessings would continue to rain on the country, Gujarat and all forever.
Saying that Swamiji also made a great contribution in maintaining social harmony, CM said that Swamiji always said to be humble. He has saved many families and individuals from breaking up with sweet and harmonious relationships. Paramatma is attained only if one feels the value of soul from soul, said the Chief Minister.
The Chief Minister added that Swamiji was always worried about the well-being and prosperity of Gujarat. Gujarat has suffered a great loss today and will always follow in the footsteps of Swamiji by remembering and paying homage to him.
The Chief Minister said that he always said to be a slave of slaves. He was a source of inspiration for the youth. Swamiji is not with us today but his thoughts, social service works are among us. He said that whenever disaster struck Gujarat, he always helped the citizens.
The Chief Minister said that the invaluable contribution made by Pujya Hariprasad Swami throughout his life in inculcating the spirit of devotion and service to the society along with the spread of deaddiction, education system among the youth will always be unforgettable.
Participating in the grief of millions of mourners Chief Minister Vijay Rupani also prayed for the ultimate peace of Swamiji's soul.
On this occasion, the saints of Haridham Sokhada, Anupam Mission Mogri's Jashbhai Saheb, Haribhaktas from home and abroad were present in large numbers and paid their last respects to Guru Hari Hariprasad Swami.