Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chauhan interacted with children and guardians of children orphaned in the Corona wave. Sharing the grief of the children, he gave them courage and motivation for the life ahead. On the occasion of launch of the Chief Minister Covid-19 Bal Seva Yojana from the residence today, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan obtained information from affected children in various districts about their circumstances and motivated them to face this struggle. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the government is with you at every step, whether it is financial assistance or the arrangements for studies.

Children need help, support, empathy and encouragement all

Darpan Soni of Bhopal is doing engineering and his sister Arpana Soni is preparing for NEET exam to become a doctor. Jayant Patharia of Bhopal is a third-year student at Vidisha Engineering College. Ratlam’s Pallavi Soni’s BBA studies are in progress and has two younger siblings. Similarly, Dharmendra Arya of Gwalior is studying in 12th standard and also has a younger sister. Kumari Kajal Raje of Gwalior has three younger sisters. All these children older than 18 years have been deprived of the loving care of their parents. All they need is help, strength, sympathy and encouragement.

Parents have to take responsibility

On the other hand, Smt. Geeta Chaurasia of Satna is handling her sister’s daughter. Retired station master of Satna, Shri Gore Lal Tripathi, has the responsibility of his two grandsons. Shri Ayub Khan and Shri Rajesh Jain of Tikamgarh are taking care of three children of their brothers. Loom worker Sheikh Shafiq Rahman of Burhanpur now has to support his younger brother. Shri Kailash Soni and Shri Devendra Naidu of Jabalpur have been entrusted with the responsibility of the children of their younger brothers. All these children are under 18 years of age.

Admit Kajal Raje again in school

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan personally interacted with all the children above 18 years of age in today’s programme. He got information about their life goals, circumstances and gave confidence to them by assuring them of help. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan inspired them to study diligently, remember their parents daily and work hard. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan instructed the officers to re-admit Kajal Raje of Gwalior in the school and the younger sisters to in the nearby school. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that this time is the time of your examination. Many great people of the world have grown up under very adverse circumstances, the struggles of life made them stronger from inside and they guided the people. In this context, Chief Minister Shri Chauhan gave the example of Swami Vivekananda and Adishankaracharya.

Guardians should take care of children with the spirit of parents

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan talked virtually to all the guardians personally and asked them to take care of the children, give them full affection, good behaviour and look after these children with the feeling of parents.


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