I consider myself as servant, not ruler: CM Mr. Chouhan

Swami Avdheshanand lauds CM Mr. Chouhan for running public welfare govt with spiritual conscience

cm16.5.16Bhopal, May 16, 2016 (Ataullah Faizan):  Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan visited Ashram of Juna Peethadhishwar Mahamandaleshwar Swami Avdheshwanand Giri. He listened to Katha and also sang bhajan for devotees at the camp. He said that he does not consider himself a ruler, but servant of people and always prays to God to follow path of righteousness and wisdom. He described guidance by Guru as beneficial. Rajasthan’s Chief Minister Mrs. Vasundhara Raje Scindia, State’s Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Maya Singh and former Minister Mr. Dhyanendra Singh were also present on the occasion. From Ninaura, the Chief Minister visited camp of Sri Giri and listened to Bhagwat Katha. He was accompanied by his wife Mrs. Sadhana Singh. On the occasion, Mr. Chouhan recited bhajan ‘Ram Bhajan Sukhdayi’ for devotees. Ashram presented scene of Mini India when artistes of Arunachal Pradesh and Garba artistes from Gujarat gave enchanting performances.  Swami Avdheshwanand Giri said that when a government is run with spiritual conscience then it is beneficial for all. Madhya Pradesh’s Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan is running the state government with the same spirit. Congratulating the Chief Minister, Swamiji said that he has not seen such massive participation of devotees in any Kumbh in India like Simhastha at Ujjain. Swamiji said that the government being run by a sober, cultured and modest person with spiritual bent of mind Mr. Chouhan is beneficial to all.