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Raipur: All together Garhwa Nava Chhattisgarh: Shri Bhupesh Baghel: Chief Minister joins the swearing in ceremony of Sahu Samaj

Raipur: All together Garhwa Nava Chhattisgarh: Shri Bhupesh Baghel: Chief Minister joins the swearing in ceremony of Sahu Samaj

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has said that active participation and role of all societies is necessary in the Navnirman of Nava Chhattisgarh. Together we will make the state prosperous and prosperous. The Chief Minister was addressing the swearing-in ceremony of the newly elected office bearers of Sahu Samaj held at Sahu Sadan at Tekrapara in Raipur today. At the function, the Chief Minister called for active contribution from all the people for development of Gothan in villages, fight against malnutrition and quality education in Suraji village scheme. He said that Sahu society also has a strong organization from the state level to the village level. Sahu Samaj can contribute significantly in making these important schemes successful.

The Chief Minister administered the oath of office to the newly elected President of Sahu Samaj including Shri Arjun Hirwani, Vice President Shri Tulsi Sahu and Mrs. Sarita Sahu. He congratulated and congratulated the newly elected officials. Home and Public Works Minister Shri Tamradhwaj Sahu presided over the function. MLA Shri Dhanendra Sahu, Smt. Chhanni Sahu, former Minister Shri Krriparam Sahu, former MP Shri Chandulal Sahu were present at the function as special guests.

On this occasion, the Chief Minister said that every state has its own unique cultural identity. Keeping in view the culture and identity of Chhattisgarh, the state government is moving towards the development of the state. The Rajim Kumbh Mela was christened through the Amendment Bill. General holidays were announced on Hareli, Teja, Karma Jayanti and World Tribal Day. Today, Chhattisgarhi dishes like typicali, khurmi are prepared in various ceremonies instead of cashew raisins. The Chief Minister said that 27 percent reservation has been given to other backward classes in the state. 13 percent reservation is being given to scheduled castes from 12 and 32 percent reservation to scheduled tribes. There is an atmosphere of enthusiasm in the state by the decisions of the state government.

The Chief Minister said that today the biggest challenge in Chhattisgarh is malnutrition. 40 percent people live below the poverty line in the state. Of these, 18 percent live in a hut. 37.5 percent children in the state suffer from malnutrition, while 41.5 percent girls and women suffer from anemia and malnutrition. The Chief Minister said that Chhattisgarh government will become a strong state when we all have to fight together against malnutrition. He said that quality education is necessary for the development of society and the state. He said that cattle roam in the open so it is difficult for us to save the crop and there is loss of life due to accident caused by animals sitting in the streets.

The Chief Minister should develop Gothan in every village. Where there is a provision of fodder for animals. Grassland should be developed in ten acres of land. In Gothan, cow dung will make vermi and compost manure. With the proceeds from this, the Gothan committees will conduct the Gothans. With the construction of Gothan, cleanliness will be done in the village, organic farming will be promoted, agricultural cost will be reduced, the work of breed improvement of animals will be done which will increase milk production. Presiding over the program, Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu thanked the Chief Minister for declaring a holiday on Karma Jayanti and giving 27 percent reservation to the Other Backward Classes. MLA Shri Dhanendra Sahu, former MP Chandulal Sahu, newly elected President of Sahu Samaj, Shri Arjun Hirwani, outgoing Speaker Shri Vipin Sahu also addressed the function. Many officials and members of Sahu Samaj were present in large numbers on this occasion.




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