CM attends Nari Shakti Vandan program

  • Got a thread tied on his wrist by Ladli Bahnas on Bhaidooj

Bhopal: The identity of former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan as a maternal uncle among the daughters is well known. A similar step has been taken by Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav on Tuesday on Holi Bhaidooj. Dr. Mohan Yadav, who reached the Nari Shakti Vandan program organized in Bilhara of Surkhi Vis area of Sagar, got a thread tied on his wrist by his sisters on Bhaidooj. When one hand of the Chief Minister was filled with threads, he got a thread of affection tied in the other hand also. The people present here raised slogans of Ham ke Bhaiya, Mohan Bhaiya.

Ladli Bahna Yojana will continue

On this occasion, the Chief Minister said that today the tilak applied on the forehead and the thread tied on the hand through the sisters will become the basis of our strength. He said that Congress people used to say that Ladli Brahmin Yojana will last only till the elections and will be closed later. There is no money, where will you get so much money? We had said then and are saying it even today that lying is not the identity of BJP people. Ladli Brahmin Yojana was neither closed then, nor is it closed today, nor will it be closed till the next elections. All plans for the sisters will continue. He said that our culture is to live and let live. It teaches us to love everyone, that is why other countries also look up to us.

Only CM and ministers on stage

Only Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav and Cabinet Minister Govind Singh Rajput were given a place along with women on the stage of Nari Shakti Vandan program held on Holi Bhaidooj in Bilhara. Apart from these, only women were present on the stage. Sagar and other leaders from across the state were not given space on the stage. He was made to sit separately. Cabinet Minister Rajput said that the day of Bhaidooj is only for the Chief Minister and his sisters. I am present on the stage only as the MLA of this area. At the same time, the Chief Minister said that Prime Minister Modi has said that from 2029, 33 percent women will be given tickets in the Lok Sabha elections, but Sagar is fortunate that this time also the woman candidate from here, Dr. Lata Wankhede is in the fray. He praised mother power and called for maximum voting.

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