Venkaiah releases postage stamp on Mananiya Chaman Lal

Vice President of India, Venkaiah Naidu in remembrance released a postage stamp on 'Mananiya Chaman Lal.' He in memorial released stamp at a public function at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Conference Hall, New Delhi on Saturday.

The function was graced by Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw and Union Minister of State for Communications Devusinh Chauhan and other dignitaries. This commemorative postage stamp highlights the life and work of Mananiya Chaman Lal, a renowned social worker, and Sangh Pracharak. He was born on March 25, 1920, in Sialkot (now in Pakistan). Mananiya from a young age was enthused to work for the welfare of people. Although he was a gold medallist with many lucrative job offers, still he chose to work for fulfilling the basic needs of people who were victims of the partition of India. Through his perseverance, passion, and hard work, he created an institutional mechanism for helping the Indians abroad. 

Speaking on the occasion, Vice President said that Mananiya Chaman Lal was an Indian Saint in the true sense, said "He always put the nation first and self last in all his actions. He was instrumental in initiating and fulfilling the dream project of creating a global network on the Sangh and was responsible to facilitate the Indians going abroad." The Vice President also said that postage stamps are an excellent source of authentic information on our history, especially for next-generation citizens. Union Minister of Communications, Railways, and Electronics and Information Technology Ashwini Vaishnaw, said that Mananiya Chaman Lal had a deep and spiritual connection with all Indian descendants. Devusinh Chauhan said that Mananiya Chaman Lal was a true son of Bharat Mata, whose foresightedness and meticulous planning helped many in India and abroad. 

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