Tremendous Enthusiasm for Chief Minister’s ‘Jandarshan’

CM Vishnu Deo Sai distributed cheques of Rs two lakhs each as an incentive to 13 Meritorious Children of Labourers

A  large number of people from across the state showed up at the Chief Minister’s second ‘Jandarshan’ in Raipur with tremendous enthusiasm. In this public interaction program held at CM House, people got to meet Chief Minister Vishnu Deo Sai in person and submit their requests and appeals for redressal. During the program, the Chief Minister distributed cheques of Rs two lakhs each to the meritorious children of labourers. Additionally, he planted a Dehiman sapling in honour of his mother at his residence premises. At the event, visitors also availed the health check-up services arranged for them. Satisfied with the immediate resolution of their grievances, many applicants of previous Jandarshan also attended today’s program to personally thank the CM.

At the Jandarshan program held today, the Chief Minister awarded cheques of incentives worth Rs two lakhs each provided to 13 meritorious children under Mukhyamantri Noni-Babu Medhavi Shiksha Sahayta Yojana. This included Rs one lakh as an incentive and Rs one lakh for purchasing scooters to commute to schools and colleges. These children were the top 10 rankers in the 2023-24 board exams for classes 10 and 12 and they all come from labourer families. On the occasion, Chief Minister Shri Sai planted the ‘Dehiman’ sapling in honour of his mother. This plant is known for its medicinal properties and is found in the Surguja region. The Chief Minister appealed to people to join the ‘Ek Ped Ma Ke Naam’ campaign initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and plant a sapling in their homes or villages in honour of their mothers.

In the previously organised Jandarshan program, a large number of applications were resolved on the spot or shortly after. Satisfied with the immediate resolution, many individuals attended today’s Jandarshan to personally thank the Chief Minister for his quick response. These included differently-abled individuals who were provided with tricycles and other equipment on CM Sai’s instructions. At the health camp organised at the venue, people got their health checkups, blood tests, blood pressure, and sugar tests done. The program commenced with the Chief Minister paying tribute to Swami Vivekananda on his death anniversary by offering flowers to his portrait. Chief Minister Sai said on the occasion that the teachings of Swami Vivekananda will continue to inspire people for centuries to come.

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