Published On : Mon, Sep 17th, 2018

Hindi Fortnight inaugurated in A.G.(A&E) Office

Nagpur : “Hindi Pakhwada” was inaugurated in the office of the Accountant General (Accounts & Entitlement) – II, Maharashtra, Nagpur on the auspicious occasion of “Hindi Diwas” on 14th September at the hands of Nilesh Bharne, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Zone 4, Nagpur. The program was presided over by Dinesh Patil, Accountant General. Smt Manjusha Patil was the guest of honour on the occasion.

The Chief Guest, Nilesh Bharne in his address stressed the importance of Hindi in National integration. Hindi serves as connecting link for the people as it is now accepted all over the country.

Dinesh Patil, Accountant General, in his address, observed that Hindi is a language which transcends the barriers of caste, religion and region. Therefore its role in the unity of the nation is very important.

The Guest of Honour, Smt Manjusha Dinesh Patil inaugurated the Rajbhasha Exhibition.

Shri Ashok Chanore, Welfare Officer read out the Message of Union Home Minister, released by, Rajbhasha Vibhag, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. Shri Beju Joseph, Rajbhasha Adhikari introduced the Chief Guest. The details of activities and achievements of the office relating to promotion of Hindi during 2017-18 was elaborately presented by Satish Dubey, Hindi Officer. Smt Suman Mishra compered the programme.

Various competitions / programmes like ‘Lokgeet’, ‘Pratik chinha pratiyogita’. Screening of the Hindi film ‘Kaala’, ‘Abhirup Loksabha’, ‘Shabda gyan paheli’, ‘Prashna manch’, ‘Sugam sangeet’, ‘Kavi sammelan’ etc. have been arranged for the Hindi fortnight from 14th to 28th September.

Satish Dubey, Rahul Kumar, Vishpant Ramteke, Dharamveer Bharati and Smt. Usha Trivedi worked hard for the success of the function. A large number of officers and staff were also present on the occasion.