UP Governor Ram Naik is role model for Governors: Vidyasagar Rao

    Publish Date: March 5, 2019

    Mentioning that UP Governor Ram Naik has always been committed people’s representative for whom service to people is a matter of faith, the Governor of Maharahstra CH. Vidyasagar Rao today described Ram Naik as a Model Governor for all Governors.

    Governor Vidyasagar Rao was speaking after releasing the Sindhi edition of Ram Naik’s book ‘Charaiveti, Charaiveti’ at Raj Bhavan, Mumbai on Sunday (3 Mar).

    Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik, legislator Ashish Shelar, President of Bharatiya Sindhu Sabha Lachhamandas Chandiramani, Mahesh Tejwani, Dr Ajeet Manyal of Bandra Hindu Association, Ladharam Nagwani and eminent Sindhi- speaking people were present.

    “Ram Naik must be the only public representative who has published his Work Reports on a regular basis. Even after becoming the Governor of Uttar Pradesh, he has maintained the tradition of publishing his Work Report, proving himself as a Model Governor for all fellow Governors,” said Vidyasasgar Rao.

    Mentioning that Ram Naik’s book is a saga of a sincere public servant, Governor Vidyasagar Rao stated that the book will serve as a manual for all those who aspire to work for the people, society and the nation.

    Ram Naik

    Speaking on the occasion, Ram Naik observed that one can serve society even while remaining in the opposition. He said his efforts demanding ‘Sansad Nidhi’ (MP fund) and renaming ‘Bombay’ as Mumbai were testimony of his belief.

    He said, in his capacity as Petroleum Minister, he offered petrol pumps and LPG Gas Agencies to the family members of the martyrs of the Kargil war.

    Ram Naik said that eminent Sindhis like Lal Krishna Advani, Hashu Advani and Cancer Surgeon Dr Suresh Advani were among those who helped him at various points of time.

    Naik informed that the book ‘Charaiveti, Charaiveti’ (Marching Ahead) has been translated into German, Arabic, Persian and English besides six Indian languages.

    Legislator Ashish Shelar and translator of the Sindhi edition Sukhramdas Sadhwani also spoke on the occasion. Ajeet Manyal of Bandra Hindu Association conducted the proceedings.