Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the one who wins others is a hero, the one who wins himself is a Mahavir, a Mahavir is a Jitendriya, a Jitendriya is a Jinn and a Jinn is a Jain.
Chouhan virtually participated in the Gajarath Mahotsav of Jain Samaj being held at Pindrai village of Nainpur tehsil of Mandla district from Samatva Bhavan located at Chief Minister’s residence and received the blessings of Gujarat Gaurav Param Pujya Nigranth Bhattarak Acharya Shri 108 Jai Sagar Ji Maharaj.
Chouhan said that Jinalaya, temples and other religious places are centers of faith. They are doing the work of giving direction to the society and giving suitable guidance to the individuals to walk them on the right path. Special efforts are needed in this direction so that people get wisdom and lead an addiction-free life. Only India will guide the humanity burning in the fire of materialism to the path of peace and for this work the country needs effective personalities like Jai Sagar Ji Maharaj.
Chouhan gave information regarding various schemes and programs being run for the poor, women and daughters in the state and Ladli Bahna Yojana to be started in the state.
Acharya Jai Sagar Ji Maharaj said that under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Chouhan, effective work is going on in the field of poor welfare, saving daughters and cleanliness in the state. Chouhan deserves appreciation for the public welfare programs being run in the state for social service. Chouhan is one of the most popular Chief Ministers in the country.
Panch Kalyanak Gajrath Mahotsav has started from February 5 at Pindrai in Mandla. In the Gajrath Mahotsav, the life span of the Lord from birth to salvation is discussed.
In Gajaratha, the Lord visits the city after the construction of a new temple, in which a chariot drawn by elephants is taken out. Pulak Sagar ji, Mandla MLA Devsingh Sayyam, District Panchayat member Shraddha Pranay Jain and social worker Pramod Singhai were specially present in the program.