Governor of Odisha, Raghubar Das arrived in Puri for Jagadarshan.

After taking oath as the 26th Governor odisha, Raghubar Das arrived in Puri for Jagadarshan. Even before taking the oath, the family came to Puri to have darshan of Srijiu and prayed for the welfare of the poor of Odisha. Two days later, after taking the oath, he again reached the shrimandir. It was his first visit to the shrimandir, after assuming charge as the Governor, and he received a warm welcome at Singhdwar.

It is worth noting that the newly appointed Governor of Odisha, Raghubar Das, visited Srijiu last Monday. He greeted the devotees who had darshan of Mahaprabhu. The newly appointed Governor Raghubar Das along with his wife B Jagannath went to the temple and had darshan of Srijiu and other deities.

Then the newly appointed Governor Raghubar Das told the media, I took the blessings of the Lord before taking charge of Odisha. The Lord has brought me here to serve the poor, the destitute. Odisha’s development will be paramount for me. I will work according to the rules of the constitution. The gate of the governor’s palace will be open for everyone.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s original mantra will strive to take the state forward. It will be important how the development plans of the central government can reach the common people at the grass root level. The progress of Odisha is the progress of the country, so the focus will be on governance in Odisha without one-sidedness. Shri Das protested that the doors of the Raj Bhavan will be open 24 hours to listen to the problems of the people.

Governor of Odisha, Raghubar Das arrived in Puri for Jagadarshan.

The main aim will be to eliminate the poor of Odisha. On the other hand, he said that he expressed his condolences for the deceased and prayed to the Lord for their families. He said that due to the survival of such religious traditions, India can soon become a world guru. He also discussed with Sevayat the chain of temples and the peaceful vision of devotees. On the other side, he greeted the devotees who were waiting for Jagadarshan at Singhdwar by waving hands and saying Jai Jagannath.