Punjab CM Unveils New Picture of Sri Harmandir Sahib at Civil Secretariat
Chandigarh, October 4-
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann on Wednesday unveiled the newly installed photograph of Sri Harmandir Sahib in the Punjab Civil Secretariat- I.
The 29 feet long and 11 feet high picture has been installed after replacing the photo of Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib, Sri Anandpur that was in dire straits as it was mounted decades back. The Department of Information and Public Relations had shown a number of pictures of Sri Harmandir Sahib to the Chief Minister before the selection of this photo by him. This picture has been printed on a special translite sheet and will be illuminated with more than 150 LED lights installed at its back.
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister said that Sri Harmandir Sahib is the most sacred place for every Punjabi in general and Sikhs in particular adding that this place is a source of inspiration for the entire humanity. He said that this holy place ever inspires us to perform our duty with utmost dedication and commitment. Bhagwant Singh Mann said that he has not merely come here today for the inauguration of this picture but to express gratitude to the Almighty for giving us enormous strength to serve the state by bestowing this service (sewa) on us.
On the occasion, Chief Secretary Anurag Verma, Secretary Information and Public Relations Malwinder Singh Jaggi, Director Information and Public Relations Bhupinder Singh, Additional Director Information and Public Relations Sandeep Garha and others were also present.