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Govt ropes in spiritual guru-cum-activist to raise consumer awareness

It added that Jeevanvidya Mission is conducting programs in the society by inculcating good educational values and social work

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

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In order to raise about rights, the Maharashtra government has roped in the services of founded by social reformer and philosopher late Sadguru Wamanrao Pai.

Taking note of the organisation and its work, the Food and Civil Supplies department has decided to undertake campaign in association with

The department, in a GR issued here on Thursday, stated that every person in the society has to be considered as a and should be made aware of his or her rights through which social evils in the society can be curbed.

It added that is conducting programs in the society by inculcating good educational values and social work.

The government will provide booklets, documentaries, videos, hoardings, banners and meeting halls undertaken through its campaign to the to carry out programs.

The besides being engaged in educational and social sector activities, it has also been conducting workshops in the Mantralaya, Khadi Gram Udyog, (BMC) and various other government and semi-government organisations.

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First Published: Sat, September 23 2017. 14:50 IST
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