Sunday, March 7, 2010

Remembering Girdharilal Bhargava

Gulabi Nagar Vichar Manch remembered late Girdharilal Bhargava, their founder convener on Sunday, March 7, 2010 on his first death anniversary.

Vaidya Harimohan Sharma, his childhood friend remembered him as chief speaker. He told that both he and Girdharilal Bhargava were closely associated in RSS. He remembered gradual uplift of Girdharilal Bhargava. He told that he had never thought that his friend would reach such height.

He has witnessed him from an ordinary person to a councilor and then to member of legislative assembly and finally the member of parliament. He added that Mr. Bhargava remained as simple as he was till his last day.

Vishwanath Agrawal, another close associate remembered how laborious he was. He informed that Mr. Bhargava was not only popular and a life long worker but also a vigorous reader. Mr. Bhargava used to study till late night preparing for his questions in the assembly and the parliament later on.

Tejkaran Parashar, another associate told that he used to type letters and News of Mr. Bhargava. Mr. Bhargava had been replying letters to all. He also sent letters for all condolence meetings in Jaipur.

Pradip Chouhan, Advocate, had worked with him for a long time in his election campaigns. He remembered how Brigadier Bhawani Singh, former Maharaja of Jaipur had come to meet him just after his defeat in MP election. Girdharilal Bhargava defeated Maharaja Bhawani Singh in his first election fought for Jaipur Parliamentary seat.

Jyoti Kothari told that he had never met Mahatma Gandhi but  Mr. Bhargava was resembling him. He was simple and remained simple life long. He also told that it is difficult to have another politician like him. He was remembering his days with Mr. Bhargava.

Mr. Manchand Khandela, told in his presidential address that he had respected Mr. Bhargava life long despite political rivalry. He told that he opposed Mr. Bhargava many times for political reasons but Mr. Bhargava remained cool. He added that Mr. Bhargava always heartily met and invited him. he was a true saint detached with all cravings and aversions.

The meeting was started with garlanding on the photographs of Mr. Girdharilal bhargava and ended with observing two minutes' silence to pay homage to the heavenly soul.

Related posts:
Girdharilal Bhargava is no more

Mr. Bhargava (Hindi)

Jyoti Kothari

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