Dilip Ray To Set Up First Ever ‘Saheed Park’ In Rourkela For Bhagat Singh, Rajguru & Sukhdev



Do you Remember when Biju Patnaik’s statue inaugurated at Chhend, helicopters showered the Statue with thousands of rose petals, with dozens of onlookers, necks craned upward and everyone witnessed that moment. If you still remember that moment then this news will again make your day.

Courtesy-Rourkela Shines

As we all know Dilip Ray’s respect and love towards the freedom fighters & legends, his new statement again proved that why he’s the most patriotic leader of the state.

When the country is debating arguing over the ‘patriotism’ from streets to theaters, Dilip Ray batted for teaching patriotism to the kids, like a true patriotic leader.

During the inauguration of Netaji Subash chandra Bose Park at Udit Nagar, Dilip Ray thanked RSP and NHPCL for their assistance and later on what he posted has impressed every one out there at Rourkela & as usual he stole the spotlight. In a recent post after inauguration he mentioned that after Netaji Park, he wants to set up another park to commemorate the sacrifices of Saheed Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru. Going a step  forward he also proposed the name of the park as ‘Saheed Park‘.

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To clarify his willingness, he also added that “Netaji park is a small effort in this direction. In times to come, I have contemplated to set up another park, tentatively named as Saheed Park, to commemorate the sacrifices of Saheed Bhagat Singh, Sukjhdev and Rajguru.

I hope the statues of freedom fighters in the parks will trigger inquiry amongst children about them, and inspire them with patriotism. It will also offer people the opportunity to pay tribute to the noble souls.”

Since everyone is seeing Mr Ray after a longtime in action, we must say that this step is worth appreciation as the sense of patriotism should have been created in children from the study of history and this will definitely help that.

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