Chandigarh, March 24 : In a major humanitarian gesture, the Radha Radha Soami Satsang Beas and the Sant Nirankari Mission on Tuesday offered to Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh the use of their 'satsang ghars' and Nirankari Bhawans in the battle against COVID-19.
Extending a helping hand to the state government in its concerted efforts for containment of COVID-19, Radha Soami Satsang Beas head Baba Gurinder Singh called up the Chief Minister to extend his offer for use of the 'satsang ghars' located in the state.
Detailed instructions have been issued to the field units in this regard, he said.
Sant Nirankari Mission President Shri Gobind Singh, popularly known as Bhaiyaji, also extended a similar offer for utilization of Nirankari Bhawans and their facilities in the state's battle against the coronavirus.
He also offered the services of their volunteers to help out the state government in this hour of crisis.
In this regard, instructions have already been conveyed at all bhawans, he informed the Chief Minister.
Disclosing this, a spokesperson of the Chief Minister's Office said that Amarinder Singh highly appreciated the benevolent gesture of the leaders of the two organisations.
The Chief Minister thanked the two leaders for their support to the state government in this critical hour.