Girls should fulfill responsibilty of protecting social values: CM Kamal Nath
Bhopal : Addressing the Annual Social Gathering of Rajmata Scindia PG College in Chhindwara, the Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath said that he has the responsibility for the development of Madhya Pradesh. He called upon the girls to fulfill the responsibility of protecting social values. Contribute to connect the future generation with social values. He said that the culture of unity and respect towards family values is the biggest strength of India. It is the responsibility of the girls to pass this culture to the next generation.
The Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath said that when this college was established, he was a young parliamentarian, he did not have much experience, but had a dream to create a distinct identity of Chhindwara district in the state. He said that Chhindwara was totally different from today; there were no roads, no broad gauge railway line, the people of Paltalkot used to survive on flour of mango seeds and leaf vegetables. There were no colleges and skill centers in Chhindwara and no good institution for medical treatment and the farmers were living in poverty. The smile of the children was sweet, but there was a disappointment somewhere. He said that he took a resolution to remove that disappointment and create a new Chhindwara for the future generation and moving in that direction. The Chief Minister said that he did not make announcements but has worked. Shri Kamal Nath said that the development of Chhindwara district today is not hidden from anyone. He said that he wants to make Chhindwara a horticulture hub. It is also his goal to increase the means of transport.
The Member of Parliament Shri Nakul Nath said that he had a dream that Chhindwara should become an education hub. We are moving in this direction. The name of Chhindwara University has been included in the list of University Grants Commission. Referring to the changes and developmental works in various areas in Chhindwara district, Shri Nakul Nath said that we are making efforts to have police posts in all the colleges of the district.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister felicitated Kumari Prerna Dahriya, the state topper in the Lingua test and student of the Government Autonomous PG College and the girl students who have achieved feats in various fields. The programme was attended by former Head of State Advocates Association Shri Ganga Prasad Tiwari, former Minister Shri Deepak Saxena, Member of State Agricultural Advisory Council Shri Vishwanath Okte and distinguished citizens.