CM congratulates class X, XII students in ‘Dil Se’ programme

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 14 May 2018 10:44:18


Staff Reporter

Discussing the results of Class X and Class XII State Board examination, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan congratulated and extended best wishes to the students acquiring good marks. Along with this, he told students not to worry about failure and not be disappointed. He told to prepare and move ahead. The Chief Minister was addressing the people of the State through the “Dil Se” programme.Chouhan said that only attaining a degree or passing with good marks does not ensure guarantee of success. Citing examples of Mahatma Gandhi, former President Late Dr A P J Abdul Kalam, Boxer Mary Kom, cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and first President of America George Washington, he said that despite obtaining less marks in examination, they did great work.

Chief Minister Chouhan said that some people are trying to destroy peace, harmony and equanimity in the State. They try to spread several rumours. There is need to be aware of such people. People of the State should move forward unitedly.

Saluting all mothers on the occasion of Mother’s Day for their sacrifices and penance, Chouhan called upon the youths to always respect their parents. He said that, on May 15, Narmada Sewa Yatra will complete one year. He called upon people to come forward with self-motivation to save rivers. Talking about Narmada Sewa Yatra and Narmada Sewa Mission, he said that, sewage treatment plants are being built to protect Narmada water from pollution. Liquor shops are being closed. He said that, saplings were planted by more than 35 lakh people.

On the heart-rending incident of Indore, Chouhan said that the punishment for rapists is only death penalty. He lauded the police administration for completing legal proceedings and for getting the guilty punished with death penalty in just 23 days. He thanked the Prime Minister Narendra Modi for enacting the law of death penalty to rapists.On completion of four years of Narendra Modi as Prime Minister of the country, Chief Minister Chouhan said that Modi has initiated remarkable public welfare schemes. He has made cleanliness a public movement. Chouhan said that a powerful India has emerged under the leadership of Modi. Fortunately, India has got such a dedicated leader like Modi.

Discussing about the benefits of the scheme initiated for the welfare of the labourers of the unorganised sector, Chouhan said that this is the biggest social security scheme of the country. In next four years, no poor will remain without land. They will all have permanent houses. Government will bear the expenses of the education of their children. They will be provided electricity at flat rate.
On the revolutionary steps taken for farmer welfare, Chouhan said that farmers will not be made to face any difficulties. They will not have to bear any loss in wheat, garlic, onion, gram, lentil and mustard crops. The campaign to distribute forest rights pattas to vanvasis will begin on May 21. Remembering Anil Madhav Dave for his dedication towards Narmada Sewa, Chouhan said that he was the true son of Narmada.