Gaiety marks birthday of CM Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Bhopal, March 6, 2012 (Muslim Saleem): Gaiety marked the birthday of Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan celebrated at his residence here today. Thousands of people belonging to all the religions, sections, communities and organisations extended birthday greetings to him. Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that he is ready to sacrifice his everything for people of the state. Responding to the birthday greetings, he exhorted people of the state to take three pledges on the occasion as a token of birthday gift. Firstly, they will end discrimination between sons and daughters and save daughters. Secondly, all of them will send their children to schools and thirdly, all will contribute to the state’s progress and development.
He reiterated that “beti hai to kal hai” (Future hinges on daughter’s existence). There should be no discrimination between sons and daughters. He said that discrimination between sons and daughters is improper. Those who reached Chief Minister’s residence to extend birthday greetings to Mr. Chouhan included Commerce & Industries Minister Mr. Kailash Vijayvargiya, Forest Minister Mr. Sartaj Singh, Transport & Jail Minister Mr. Jagdish Deora, Home Minister Mr. Umashankar Gupta, Minister of State for Woman & Chief Development Mrs. Ranjana Baghel, Rajya Sabha member and State BJP President Mr. Prabhat Jha, Mayor Mrs. Krishna Gaur, Ujjain Mayor Mr. Rameshwar Akhand, Bhopal Development Authority Chairman Mr. Surendranath Singh, Civil Supplies Corporation Chairman Mr. Ramesh Sharma Guttu Bhaiyya;
Poultry Development Corporation Chairman Mr. Shaitan Singh Pal, Apex Bank Chairman Mr. Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat, MP Agro Chairman Mr. Ramkishan Chauhan, MPs, MLAs, Director General of Police Mr. Nandan Dube, former DGP Mr. S.K. Raut, Commissioner Public Relations Mr. Rakesh Shrivastava, Bhopal Division Commissioner Mr. Praveen Garg, Inspector General of Police Mr. Vijay Yadav, Collector Mr. Nikunj Shrivastava, Principal Secretaries of various departments, officers and employees of Chief Minister’s Secretariat and residence.
Office-bearers from all the districts of the state also extended birthday greetings to the Chief Minister besides leaders of various religions, holy persons, representatives of all the social organisations, communities, commercial organisations, local bodies, sportspersons, journalists, politicians, leaders, workers and officers and employees of various departments. They presented bouquets to the Chief Minister, garlanded him and also showered flower petal on him.