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Senior citizens of Muzaffarnagar honored with civil awards

More than 50 veterans of Muzaffarnagar who has crossed the age of 90  were honored by Nagarik Suraksha Parishad (Citizens' Security Council) of Muzaffarnagar. Muzaffarnagar Nagarpalika Parishad Chairperson Anju Agarwal and the city SP Omvir Singh attended the program as the chief guests.

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Nagarik Suraksha Parishad organized a civil awards ceremony in Gandhi Colony. President of the Nagarik Suraksha Parishad, Uttamchand Sharma said that unique effort has been made to express gratitude towards the elder generation.

The program was presided over by Sanchay Mittal and Uttamchand Sharma. Organizers Bhimsen Consul, Satish Goyal, Engineer Ashok Agarwal, Abhinav Sushil were also in attendance.

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Other attendees included Secretary of the Nagarik Suraksha Parishad Rajendra Katy, Treasurer Rajkumar Narula, Senior Vice President Ravneetan Singhal, and Minority Commission member Sukhdarshan Bedi.

Among the senior citizens who were honored were former Deputy Chief Minister Narayan Singh's wife Jagavati Devi, 98-year-old Kabuli Devi, Braj Bhushan Prasad, Chandrasen Sharma, Jaysingh Sharma, Satyavati Devi, Ram Prakash, among others.

Muzaffarnagar Nagarpalika Parishad Chairperson Anju Agarwal said that we should always seek blessings from elderly people and treat them with respect and care. She also mentioned the influence of her mother-in-law in her life.

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