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Kamal Nath dedicates new building of Masajid Committee

Chief Minister Kamal Nath has said that service to humanity is the biggest religion. Through this we help the needy people and follow our religion and its message. 
The Chief Minister was dedicating the new building of Madhya Pradesh Masajid Committee near Tajul Masajid today. On this occasion, the Chief Minister agreed to the proposal of Minority Welfare Minister Arif Aqueel to increase the honorarium of Imam from Rs 2200 to Rs 5000 and the honorarium of Moijjans from Rs 1900 to Rs 4500. Chief Minister Kamal Nath said that our country and our culture is great because it has the characteristic of being united with a sense of honour and respect for each other. 

Kamal Nath said that this culture of our unity in diversity is intact till date because the people of the old generation not only fulfilled it but were also dedicated to protecting it. The Chief Minister said that the biggest challenge before us today is that we should bring the origin, civilization and diversity of our great culture closer to the younger generation and they should imbibe it, so that our country can always remain safe and united.  Kamal Nath said that it is the responsibility of the elders to provide the right direction and vision to future generations.

Cooperatives and Minister in charge of Bhopal district, Dr. Govind Singh said that the Masajid Committee is an exemplary organization in the field of service, which provides help and support to the poor sections of the society. Minority Welfare Minister Arif Aqueel said that with the construction of new building of the Masajid Committee, the work of helping people will become more systemetic. On this occasion, the Chief Minister distributed the scholarship given by the Masajid Committee to the needy girls.

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