Modi introduced the work culture of ‘Sewa above self’: Dr Jitendra – Jammu and Kashmir Latest News | Tourism
NEW DELHI, September 28: Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh said today that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has introduced the work culture of ‘Sewa above self’ and ‘Sewa Pakhwada observed from September 17 to October 2 is a reiteration of this commitment in letter and spirit.
Speaking on the sidelines of a blood donation camp inaugurated by him at Satya Marg here as part of the ongoing ‘Seva Pakhwada’, Dr Jitendra Singh recalled that shortly after taking office as Prime Minister, Narendra Modi had described himself as “Pradhan Sewak”. instead of “Pradhan Mantri”. This in itself was a declaration of intent of culture which was to be followed by the government and the BJP under the leadership of Shri Narendra Modi.
It is a providential coincidence, said Dr Jitendra Singh, that “Sewa Pakhwada” covers a fortnight as September 17 was Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s birthday and September 25 was Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhaya’s birthday. who gave the concept of “Antyodaya” which means reaching out to the last man in the last queue. The climax of the “Sewa Pakhwada” fortnight is October 2, the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, who always stressed that the goals of a welfare state would only be fully achieved when the last tear in the every Indian’s last eye will have been wiped.
The minister personally monitored donors at the parked Red Cross van to collect about 100 units of blood. He also briefed on “Sewa Pakhwara” programs organized in his parliamentary constituency of Udhampur-Kathua-Doda.
Dr. Jitendra Singh also informed that he will soon adopt two TB patients for a year to take care of their daily needs to fulfill PM Modi’s vision of a TB-free India by 2025.
Union Ministries, State Ministers and BJP workers across the country are celebrating Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday through ‘Seva Pakhwada’ from September 17 to October 2. During this fortnight of “service”, Union and State ministers and party workers render their services in various activities like organizing blood donation camps, free health check-up camps , distribution of ration kits, free medical implants to Divyangs, free Covid booster doses, etc. .