State govt is committed to ensure social justice

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the State Government is committed to ensure social justice along with social harmony for all sections. The Chief Minister said that poverty does not come by looking at the caste, we understand the suffering and pain of the general class. Even if financially weak, it is difficult for this class to ask for anything from anyone. Indian culture has a tradition of accepting, respecting and giving place to every viewpoint. We are committed for the welfare of all sections.

Chouhan was addressing the inaugural session of a two-day workshop organised by the Madhya Pradesh State General Category Commission at the Academy of Administration. Medical Education Minister Shri Vishwas Sarang was present. In the workshop, organised under the chairmanship of Gau Palan even Gau Samvardhan Board Chairman Swami Akhileshwaranand Giri Ji, Chairman of State General Category Welfare Commission Chairman Choubey was present as special guest.

Chouhan said that the recommendations given by the Commission in the past have been implemented for the welfare of the general category. General Poor Class Scholarship Scheme, Swami Vivekananda Pre-Matric Scholarship Scheme, Sudama Scholarship Scheme, Veerangana Lakshmibai Cycle Distribution Scheme, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Meritorious Students Promotion Scheme are being conducted for poor children of general category. Along with this, the implementation of Vikramaditya Free Education Scheme, Sandipani Sanskrit Bhasha Prasar Yojana, Acharya Vidyasagar Gau-Samvardhan Yojana and Higher Education Loan Guarantee Scheme for professional courses are also being conducted.

The Chief Minister said that in new circumstances, according to the new requirements, deliberations are necessary for education, employment and other social arrangements. After deliberations, consideration and discussions in the workshop by the General Category Commission, the suggestions and recommendations presented will be implemented. Chouhan said that we have to be alert from the forces that break the society. Various activities are going on to divide the castes. We have to take a pledge that we will not allow the society to be divided.

Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang said that Chief Minister Chouhan has done the work of uniting the society with totality. His contribution in building a self-reliant Madhya Pradesh will remain everlasting, by connecting people in an integrated manner and keeping a welfare spirit towards Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes and General Classes.