Govt. to extend full cooperation in building youths’ future: CM
Bhopal: Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the state government will extend full cooperation in building youths’ future. Shri Chouhan was addressing 14th All-India Lodhi-Lodh-Lodha family get-together here today. The function was organised by Lodhi-Lodh-Lodha Social Welfare Organisation at local Manas Bhavan.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that a number of schemes are underway for bright future of youths. He said that youths should not solely depend on farming or job for livelihood. They should set up their own industries and businesses. Schemes like Mukhyamantri Swarozgar Yojana, Mukhyamantri Contractor Yojana etc. have been launched. Capital investment upto Rs. 25 lakh for self-employment is being provided through banks. Under the scheme, the state government is giving 5 percent loan subsidy and guarantee for 5 years.
Shri Chouhan said that Lodha community is moving ahead on the path of progress rapidly. It is pioneer in social service. He said that the community will find him standing by whenever his services are needed for community’s development. He urged community members not to discriminate between boys and girls. He said that Goddesses are worshiped before Gods in Indian culture. People remember divine couples as Sita-Ram, Gauri-Shankar, Radha-Shyam. He said that daughters are incarnations of Goddesses.
He said that he is thankful to all for the trust shown by state’s people in state government. He said that as Chief Minster, he is dedicated to public service like a servant.
At the outset, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan garlanded an image of Lord Lodheswar. At the function, shawl-coconut and a sword were presented to Shri Chouhan. President of Lodhi-Lodh-Lodha community Shri Kok Singh Narwariya and large number of citizens were present on the occasion.
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