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Assistant Minister Bhatnagar voices concern about crime in community

It is worrying to see people com­mit crimes against one another despite the divine teachings from ones religion, says Veena Bhatnagar. The Assistant Minister for the Ministry of Women, Children
05 Dec 2017 11:00
Assistant Minister Bhatnagar voices concern about crime in community
Assistant Minister for Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Veena Bhatnagar (middle), at the Ramayan Sampurn Yagn (Ramayana reading) at Uluisila Yadua Gangamman Kovil (Temple) in Sigatoka on December 2, 2017

It is worrying to see people com­mit crimes against one another despite the divine teachings from ones religion, says Veena Bhatnagar.

The Assistant Minister for the Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation highlighted this at a Ramayan Sampurn Yagn (Ramayana reading) at Uluisila Yadua Gangamman Kovil (Tem­ple) in Sigatoka last Saturdayevening.

Ms Bhatnagar relayed to the crowd the message portrayed by Lord Rama, his relationship with devotee -Hamuna, his obedience to his parents, elders, siblings and wife.

She said this was a teaching of love, respect and trust which some­how failed to exist in the current world as news daily showed wom­en, children and elders being vic­tims of crimes and disrespect.

She urged the public to become good devotees to the Almighty and live their lives with obedience, re­spect, care and love for others.

Edited by Jonathan Bryce

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