Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that we should seek poor’s blessings by providing tasty and nutritious food to the poor. Urban bodies and voluntary organizations engaged in this work certainly deserve to be lauded. One can find Narayana by feeding food to the hungry and water to the thirsty. Chouhan was virtually dedicating 100-new and well equipped kitchen centers in the state under Deendayal Antyodaya Rasoi Yojana at Minto Hall today.
Chouhan said that food, clothing, shelter, education and medicine are basic needs. It is also said that Bhookhe bhajan na hoi Gopala. Anna hi Brahma hai. Kitchen centers are useful for the labourers and others who come to cities leaving behind their villages to fend for themselves and their children.
The Chief Minister said that the scheme that started from the year 2017 should be extended. He said that apart from the district headquarters of the state, major religious tours have been added to the town plan.
Besides, kitchen centers started in other towns and cities should also be expanded. This will be an important step for humanity.