No matter the society, everyone needs education : Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel


*An individual is the basic building block of society, and over the past four years, programmes have been launched with the individual at their core

*Chief Minister Mr. Baghel,  took part in the Kalar Mahasammelan 2023 event organised by the Kalar Mahasabha

 *Chief Minister announced a voluntary holiday on the birth anniversary of Bahadur Kalarin and establishment of the Mahua Board


Asal Baat News. 

No one can deny the importance of Kalar society in industry business, but no society can progress without education. Every society requires education, and any society that has severed ties with education is backward. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel stated this at the Kalar Mahasammelan, which was organised by the Chhattisgarh Kalar Mahasabha on the Science College grounds in Raipur.

*Two big announcements

 On this occasion, the Chief Minister made two major announcements, including the establishment of a Mahua Board in Chhattisgarh. The Chief Minister has declared a voluntary holiday on the anniversary of the birth of the revered mother of Kalar Samaj, Bahadur Kalarin, describing her contribution to women empowerment as incomparable.

*Individuals are the basic building blocks of all societies

Chief Minister, Mr. Baghel, stated that the individual is the unit of every society, and that the state government has started schemes in the last four years with the individual at the centre so that people from all societies can benefit. The Chief Minister stated that if people do not benefit from the schemes, if people remain ill, a strong Chhattisgarh can never be imagined, which is why the Chhattisgarh government has made a provision for money to go into the pockets of the last person in society so that the state's progress is continuous.

According to the Chief Minister, caste prejudice has no place in Chhattisgarh, where people from various communities coexist. He stated that Chhattisgarh is strong because of the strong social connection among its citizens.

*Highest amount has been spent on education*

Speaking to the audience at the Kalar Mahasammelan, the Chief Minister mentioned that Chhattisgarh's educational standards have significantly improved over the previous four years. Additionally, long-closed schools have reopened in Naxalite areas, as have Swami Atmanand English medium schools in rural areas. The state government is constantly working to ensure that students receive high-quality education, which is why the budget has a provision for spending Rs 17,000 crore on education. On the basis of current demand, new trades are being opened in ITI colleges in order to give the youth employment and give them the opportunity to receive the training they need.

On the occasion of Kalar Mahasammelan, Parliamentary Secretary Mr. Vikas Upadhyay, MLA Mr. Mohan Markam, MLA Mr. Vinay Jaiswal, MLA Mrs. Sangeeta Sinha, Raipur Mayor Mr. Aijaz Dhebar, Risali Mayor Mrs. Shashi Sinha, President of Kalar Mahasabha Chhattisgarh Mr. Deepak Sinha, Kalar Mahasammelan  Chairman of the convenor committee, Mr. Raja Jaiswal, along with other office bearers and members of Kalar Samaj were present.