Jamshedpur: Brahmin Yuva Shakti Sangh paid rich tributes to freedom fighter and martyr Chandrashekhar Azad on his birth anniversary by distributing fruits among the elderly inmates at the old age ashram at Ashirwad Bhawan, Baradwari.
The members of Sangth took a pledge to follow the ideals of the martyrs of the country.
They also vowed to keep contributing to the progress of the country.
On this occasion, Appu Tiwari said that on the birth anniversary of the great brave martyr Chandrashekhar Azad, the members of Sangh were happy to see the happiness of the old inmates of the Ashram. They felt blessed by spending some time with the elders.
He said that Azad was a martyr who had sacrificed his life to protect the country as he considered it his mother.
However, he added, there are some sons who even force their parents to live in the ashram.
He said that there are many who do not want to live with their parents.
He wondered what spirit the martyrs had shown while laying down their lives for the motherland, while many today do not respect their own mothers.
He said that Brahmin Yuva Shakti Sangh will come here every year and pay respects to the elderly people living in the Ashram and seek their blessings.
Those who participated included Arun Shukla, Vijay Tiwari, Santosh Joshi, Hemant Pathak, Pawan Ojha, Niraj Dubey and others.