We will enrich the culture of harmony: CM Kamal Nath

Bhopal: The Chief Minister Kamal Nath said that we will give a new identity to Madhya Pradesh by enriching the culture of harmony, new vision and by changing the existing system. In the coming time, our state will be compared with the leading states of the country, not backward. Kamal Nath was inaugurating the Amarkantak Narmada Mahotsav-2020. The Minister for Tribal Welfare Omkar Singh Markam, Minister for Panchayat and Rural Development Kamleshwar Patel, Former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh were present on the occasion.
The Chief Minister said that the heart of the country, Madhya Pradesh comprises different cultures. The different cultures of Malwa Nimar, Mahakaushal, Vindhya region have a strong sensitivity of mutual harmony, brotherhood and love. This is the characteristic of our country. Indian culture is a culture that unites everyone under one flag, this is the greatness of India, which astonioshes the whole world. We have to further strengthen the culture of harmony. We have to defeat the forces engaged in weakening it. Kamal Nath further mentioned that the Narmada Mahaotsav being organised for the first time in Amarkantak will be cotinued in future too. It will be developed as an ideal tourist destination to bring change in the life of the people of entire region and to provide employment to the people.
Kamal Nath said that the 13 months old government has exhibited its intention and policy of working in just 10 and half months tenure. Our aim is the comprehensive development of the state. We want to make a state, where happiness and prosperity prevail in the life of people of every section. The government aims to ensure that the state has a new working culture, government and administration should have new vision and needy get the benefits of the government schemes. We have taken fundamental decisions for changing the system.
The Chief Minister said that the biggest challenge before us today is to bring investment and to create a trustworthy environment for investment in the state. In the last fifteen years, the number of industries closed was greater than those set up in the state, owing to the lack of trust. The Chief Minister said that in the last one year, a new investment environment has been created in the state. Investment will increase our economic activity and besides providing employment to our youth, we will be able to give them an opportunity for business.