Chhattisgarh / Raipur

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel attends the event of the Chhattisgarh Brahmin Vikas Parishad

 Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel attends the event of the Chhattisgarh Brahmin Vikas Parishad

Chief Minister dedicates a new government college to Beltara

Chief Minister lays the foundation stone of the Brahmin community’s Multipurpose Complex in Bilaspur

Chief Minister inaugurates the renovation work for Swami Atmanand English Medium College of Bilaspur

Chief Minister honoured the seniors members and young talents of Chhattisgarh’s Brahmin community

Chief Minister releases the socio-cultural magazine "Saryu Dwij"

Raipur, TNINS 

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel attended the event organised by Chhattisgarh Brahmin Vikas Parishad at Bilaspur's Science College on Sunday. He laid the foundation stone for the construction of a multipurpose complex building for Chhattisgarh’s Brahmin community in Bilaspur city. He also inaugurated renovation work worth Rs 1.85 crore for Swami Atmanand Government English Medium College in Bilaspur and dedicated a new government college to Beltara.

During the event, Mr. Baghel honoured 60 senior members and young talents of the Vipra community with shawls and mementos on behalf of the community. The Chief Minister also unveiled the socio-cultural magazine "Saryu Dwij", published by the Brahmin community. The Panchayat and Rural Development Minister, Mr. Ravindra Choubey, chaired the program organised by the Chhattisgarh Brahmin Vikas Parishad.

Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel emphasised the importance of having dedicated community halls for various community activities and educational purposes. He highlighted that, despite prosperity, many communities struggle to construct such facilities. To address such issues, the Chhattisgarh Government has allocated land to communities at both district and state levels. Over the past five years, the state government has actively promoted Chhattisgarh’s culture and folk traditions, leading to the revitalization of festivals, cuisine, and traditional games. Mr. Baghel also mentioned the growing significance of villages in the state, transforming them into cultural, economic, and intellectual hubs and expanding beyond their traditional agricultural roles.

Minister Mr. Ravindra Choubey expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister for granting land to the Brahmin community in the state, acknowledging the community's significant contributions to various movements in Chhattisgarh. He emphasised the Brahmin community’s role in imparting knowledge and guidance to people from diverse backgrounds. Mr. Choubey also acknowledged the Chief Minister's focus on agriculture for curbing rural migration and attracting urban dwellers to villages. Advisor to the Chief Minister, Mr. Pradeep Sharma, highlighted the Chief Minister's efforts to revive and preserve the culture and folk traditions of Chhattisgarh, giving them a renewed sense of identity. The State President of Chhattisgarh Brahmin Samaj, Mr. Pradeep Shukla, welcomed attendees and addressed the program.

Chairman of Gau Seva Aayog Mr. Ramsundar Das, Parliamentary Secretary Mrs. Rashmi Ashish Singh, MLA Mr. Shailesh Pandey, Chairman of Chhattisgarh Yoga Commission Mr. Gyanesh Sharma, Chairman of Biodiversity Board Mr. Rakesh Chaturvedi, Chairman of Farmers Welfare Council Mr. Surendra Sharma, Mayor Mr. Ramsharan Yadav, Zila Panchayat President Mr. Arun Singh Chauhan, Chairman of Tourism Board Mr. Atal Shrivastava, Chairman of District Cooperative Bank Mr. Pramod Nayak, Mandi President Mr. Rajendra Shukla, Chairman of Apex Bank Mr. Baijnath Chandrakar, Chairman of Raipur Municipal Corporation Mr. Pramod Dubey, Vice Chairman of Arpa Basin Authority Mr. Abhay Narayan Rai, Mr. Vijay Kesharwani, and other public representatives and distinguished citizens of the community were present.

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