Amit Shah & Nadda offer special prayers at Gurudwara in central Kolkata


Kolkata, Dec 26 (UNI)- Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP national president Jagat Prakash Nadda on Tuesday offered special prayers at the Gurudwara in the central part of this city, hours after their arrival at Monday midnight.

The visiting duo was greeted by the priests of the Gurudwara on the MG Road, and they were helped to cover their heads with a saffron-colored turban before offering the special prayers.

State party president Sukanta Majumdar and Nandigram MLA Suvendu Adhikari also accompanied the visiting central leaders who have come to discuss party strategy before the 2024 Lok Sabha polls.

Both Nadda and Shah moved in the same car to offer prayer at Kalighat temple in south Kolkata. Earlier in the day, Shah said, “On Veer Bal Diwas, I bow to Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s four Sahibzada and Mata Gujri Ji. “
In his Twitter account now, X, Shah said, “With supreme courage, they stood against the brutal Mughal rule and chose martyrdom, refusing to convert. Their unmatched valour will continue to inspire generations to come. Proclaiming their martyrdom day as Veer Bal Diwas, Prime Minister Modi Ji has spread the saga of their sacrifice to every corner of the country and the world.”

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