Indore: Taking a pot shot at those who are diverting country’s attention from pressing issues like farmers’ suicide, drought, inflation, the spiritual leader Bhaiyyuji Maharaj said the issues of intolerance, patriotism, treason are hogging the limelight which is quiet unfortunate. Such issues are being raised only to attract media attention on issue-based politics and gain individual fame, he said while addressing fourth convocation ceremony of D Y Patil University at Kolhapur.
Denying that there is any kind of intolerance in the country, the spiritual leader said that tolerance will continue as long as spiritualism in India exists and people cooperate with each other. Those who are talking against the nation in the name of freedom of expression and making it a subject of debate in the Parliament instead of talking on issues like drought, farmers’ suicide, education and stalling passage of important bills, are doing a disservice to both the Parliament and the country, he said and underlined the need of bridging a gap of wide economic, social and cultural disparity between India and the Bharat.
Earlier the spiritual leader Bhaiyyuji Maharaj was conferred upon with hononrary D. Litt. degree by D. Y. Patil University, Kolhapur by chief guest of the function Dr. K. N. Ganesh (Director, IISER, Pune).in the presence of galaxy of dignitaries and students. The D. Litt. Degree has been conferred upon him for his exceptional services that he has been carrying for the socio-economic uplift of the poor, downtrodden, underprivileged sections of the society in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and other parts of the country.
Bhaiyyuji Maharaj who has his disciples across the country, cutting across party lines, through his Shree Sadguru Datta Dharmik Evam Parmarthik Trust has alleviated socio-economic condition of the poor sections of the society through various projects that he has been carrying in the fields of education, agriculture, health, water conservation, environment, community development, etc.
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