Karn Mishra, Gwalior. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has made several big announcements in Gwalior. CM Shivraj said that the welfare board of Pal, Baghel, Dhangar society will be formed in the name of Lokmata Ahilyadevi and the chairman will be given the status of minister. The bus stand will be named after Lokmata Ahilyadevi. Along with this, he has announced a voluntary holiday on the birth anniversary of Lokmata Ahilyadevi.
Actually, CM Shivraj Singh reached Gwalior on Saturday. Where he garlanded the statue of Lokmata Devi Ahilyabai Holkar ji, the statue of justice, sacrifice and religion in Gwalior and bowed down to her. After this, Baghel attended the divisional level conference of the society. Addressing the conference, the Chief Minister said that I take an oath at the feet of Lokmata Devi Ahilyabai Holkar ji that Pal Baghel will lay down his life to take forward the Dhangar community. When a society moves forward, some people feel pain. I want to warn the Congress, if it obstructs the progress of any society including Pal Baghel society, it will not be right. No one can stop the descendants of Mata Ahilyabai Holkar from moving forward.
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During this, the Chief Minister has made a big announcement. He said that in the name of Lokmata Ahilyabai Holkar, a welfare board of Pal-Baghel society would be formed. The one who becomes the chairman of the board will be given the status of a minister. Now whoever wants to burn should keep burning. A memorial for Mata Ahilya Bai Holkar is being built in Indore. Along with this, he has announced to name the bus stand after Lokmata Ahilyadevi and a voluntary holiday on the birth anniversary of Lokmata Ahilyadevi. During this, cabinet ministers were present along with Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Jyotiraditya Scindia.
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