Diamond Jubilee celebration of Ahmedabad Andhra Mahasabha (AAMS)
Special contribution of Telugu people in industries including textiles, technology, chemicals, pharma in the state: CM
Families settled in Gujarat have made a comparable contribution in the development of the state: CM
Gandhinagar, Sunday: Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel released Diamond Jubilee Souvenir on the occasion of Diamond Jubilee Mahotsav (Hirak Jayanti ) on completion of 75 years of ‘Ahmedabad Andhra Mahasabha’ at Balaji Mandir located on S.G. Highway.
Ahmedabad Andhra Mahasabha (AAMS) has completed 75 years and it is a matter of joy that the organization is celebrating its Diamond Jubilee Mahotsav as the nation is celebrating its Amrit Mohotsav.
Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has developed a working system of all religions equality without discrimination of caste, religion and language in the country. He has always got people’s cooperation and God’s blessings in the services and public works.
The then Chief Minister of Gujarat and our Prime Minister Shri Narendra has also received guidance in the construction of the Ahmedabad Balaji Temple Divine Complex and it was the Prime Minister who received the blessings of Lord Balaji by visiting this temple for the first time. ‘Ahmedabad Andhra Mahasabha’ is an organization associated with many social functions including blood donation, food donation, education donation.
Telugu families settled in Gujarat for years have made a great contribution to the overall development of Gujarat. Over the years, Telugu people have been making their special contribution in industries including textiles, technology, chemicals, pharma in the state. Other families living in Gujarat are contributing to the development of the society and the state.
It is exemplary that all the communities of the country are working together with the noble goal of making the country ‘Self-reliant India’ and ‘Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat’ under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi.
Today, with the spirit of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumambakam’, India is moving towards becoming a world guru in immortality, Gujarat and all the states of the country will similarly strive more and more for the upliftment of the nation through more and more cooperation, he added.
It is worth to mention here that during the celebration of this Hirak festival which will last for two days at the Ahmedabad Balaji Temple, various cultural programs and programs to honor various talented people of the society will be held.
A large number of Telugu families residing in Ahmedabad along with members, trustees, donors and their families of Ahmedabad Andhra Mahasabha (AAMS) were present on this occasion.
Source: Information Department, Gujarat