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Gautam Gambhir Distributes Sarees To Empower GB Road Workers On Ram Mandir’s Pran Pratishtha
By CricShots - Jan 23, 2024 12:59 pm
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In a touching gesture, former Indian cricketer and current East Delhi MP Gautam Gambhir exhibited compassion by distributing sarees and shawls to s*x workers at GB Road on the momentous occasion of the Pran Pratishtha for Ram Lalla in Ayodhya. Expressing his joy, Gambhir believed there couldn’t be a more fitting day for such a noble act, emphasizing the need for the nation to thrive by embodying the principles of Lord Ram.

Gautam Gambhir
Indian cricketer turned politician Gautam Gambhir

Simultaneously, Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the Pran Pratishtha ceremony in Ayodhya, consecrating the new idol of Lord Ram. The Ram Mandir, symbolizing cultural and religious resurgence, now stands as a testament to Ayodhya’s historical and spiritual legacy.

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“Lord Ram has come today. The Ram Temple has been inaugurated, so I want to congratulate every Indian. Ram belongs to everyone. Today we have distributed sarees and shawls to women who are part of the society. Today is a festival for them too,” remarked Gambhir during this charitable endeavor, as reported by Latestly.

 

He further added, “Lord Ram belongs to them also. Nothing could have been a better day for me than this. The biggest message I would like to give today is that it is very important to follow the paths which are ideals of Lord Ram; only then this country will progress.”

In a move reminiscent of his adept innings on the cricket field, Gambhir presented a comprehensive report card for his constituency last year. This update showcased impactful developmental initiatives, including a towering 20-foot smog tower installation and a reduction in the Ghazipur landfill site height. Much like a cricket captain updating his team on progress, Gambhir asserted his duty to keep his constituents informed about the strides made for their welfare.

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The cricketer-turned-politician’s benevolent off-field play was also highlighted in the report, including substantial COVID-19 relief efforts such as distributing 5 lakh food packets, 5,000 PPE kits, and 40,000 masks to aid migrants affected by the lockdown. Gambhir, with a commitment reminiscent of his on-field tenacity, donated his salary for the renovation of various public spaces, solidifying his impact beyond the boundaries of the cricket field.