SJVN Marks Sadbhavana Day With Unity Pledge

Shimla: SJVN observed Sadbhavana Diwas to promote National Integration and Communal Harmony among people of all religions, languages and regions today, across all its offices & Projects in the country.

In his message for the occasion Sh. Nand Lal Sharma, Chairman & Managing Director, said that peace & harmony are the most essential ingredients for the progress and development of any society & Organization. We must all imbibe these values, so that our organisation achieves its ‘Shared Vision’ of becoming 25000 MW generation capacity company by the year 2040.

Shri DP Kaushal, ED (HR) SJVN administered the Sadbhavana Diwas Pledge to all employees of SJVN at the Corporate Headquarters here today.

Sh DP Kaushal administers the Sadbhavana Pledge at SJVN corporate headquarters

Shri Kaushal led the SJVN congregation in abiding by the solemn pledge to work for the emotional oneness and harmony of all the people of India. He also had everyone else present pledge that they would resolve all differences among themselves through dialogue and constitutional means, without resorting to violence. Shri D Dash, ED, Shri S Maraswamy, ED, Shri V Sankaranarayanan ED along with other senior officials also took the unity pledge.

The birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Late Shri Rajiv Gandhi on 20th August is observed as the Sadbhavana Diwas to promote goodwill among the people and motivate them to shun violence. The Sadbhavana Diwas Pledge taken today was to mark the 77th Birth Anniversary of the former Prime Minister.

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