All communities should make effort to connect new generation with Indian values

CM Shri Kamal Nath attends Mass Marriage Programme of Mehra Dehriya community in Chhindwara
Bhopal, July 7, 2019 (Ataullah Faizan): The Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath said that efforts should be made by all communities to connect new generation with Indian values. He said that it is must because the diversified identity, which has been established by our country in the world, should be preserved and kept strong. Shri Nath was addressing the Mass Marriage programmme of Mehra Dehriya community in Chhindwara today.
Shri Kamal Nath stated that India is known in the entire world because of its social, spiritual values and culture. This is our strength too. Despite several pluralities and diversities in our country, the reason behind our unity under the one flag is our values. The Chief Minister said that all the communities need introspection to prevent disenchantment among the new generation. We will have to make special efforts to ensure that the new generation should stick to its roots. Because of the specialties, the entire world today looks towards India. We should maintain this strength as it is essential for strong India.
The Chief Minister blessed newly-wed couples and prayed for their bright future in the mass marriage programme organized by the community. Marriages of 185 couples were solemnized under the programme.
Moreover, Shri Nath honoured talented youth of the community with citations including Kumari Bhavna Dehriya of Tamia of Chhindwara district for scaling the Mount Everest, Shri Om Jagdev for selection in Skating by national committee and Shri Sachin Dehriya for selection in national team of Judo Karate. Moreover, Shri Nath along with other public representatives dedicated a film ‘Betiyaan’ produced on the theme of ‘Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao’ by the former President of Jila Panchayat Shri Sitaram Dehriya.
Member of Parliament Shri Nakul Nath, Former Minister Shri Deepak Saxena and members of Dehriya community in large number were present at the programme.