Palwal, 20 November
Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that Haryana is moving towards becoming a 7 star state by eliminating crime, corruption and caste based politics. We have worked for the upliftment of Antyodaya by focusing on 7S – i.e. education, health, safety, self-reliance, self-respect, good governance and service. Attacking the Congress, he said that in our government, institutions are named after great men, whereas earlier governments used to name institutions only after one family or their father and grandfather. He said that the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has done the work of connecting the unsung heroes of the country’s independence with the modern generation. The Chief Minister was addressing the Jhalkari Bai Jayanti rally in Palwal on Monday.
While paying full tribute to the bravery of the brave lady Jhalkari Bai, he proposed to name the Government Senior Secondary School located at Agra Chowk, Palwal as Jhalkari Bai, to build a building in the name of Koli community in ward number four and to build a building at a cost of Rs. 3 crores. Also announced to install the statue of brave lady Jhalkari Bai.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister was felicitated by the Koli community as well as various organizations. In the rally, BJP State President Nayab Singh Saini, Union Minister of State Krishnapal Gurjar, Transport Minister Moolchand Sharma, Cooperation Minister Dr. Banwari Lal, Rajya Sabha MP Krishnalal Panwar, Palwal MLA Deepak Mangla, Badkhal MLA Seema Trikha, Tigaon MLA Rajesh Nagar, Hodal MLA Jagdish Nair, MLA Praveen Dagar, District President Charan Singh Tewatia, Mukesh Singla, Harendra Ramratan, Virendra Sharma, Praveen Grover and other BJP leaders were present.
Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that in the last 9 years, the government has continuously launched many schemes for the welfare of the poor and the deprived, following its goal of Antyodaya upliftment. He said that all the 2 crore 80 lakh people of Haryana are our family and following the policy of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas and Sabka Vishwas, the state government is taking Haryana on the path of development.
Veerangana Jhalkari Bai’s important contribution in the freedom struggle
Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that whenever there is talk of women empowerment in India, the great heroine Rani Lakshmi Bai is definitely discussed. Like him, Jhalkari Bai, the commander of his women’s wing Durga Dal, was also a great warrior who had an important contribution in India’s freedom struggle. Born in a poor Koli family, Jhalkari Bai not only saved the life of Rani Laxmibai but also fought the British with indomitable courage and bravery without caring for her own life. He told that since 1994, when he himself joined the party work in Haryana, he worked with Ramphal Koli. Like every one of our workers, Ramphal Koli’s contribution in bringing BJP rule in Haryana will be remembered.
Our youth are setting records in the world due to their skills.
Palwal (HP): Chief Minister Manohar Lal on Monday also inaugurated 10 buildings built in the Shri Vishwakarma Skills University campus located in Dudhaula, Palwal. While giving a gift of Rs 357 crore to the university campus, he talked about continuously providing all possible support to benefit the students. He said that today India’s youth are establishing their influence in the whole world on the basis of skill development and Haryana is playing an incomparable role in the field of skill development. He said that the country’s first skill university has been started in Palwal district and it is a matter of pride for us that this university is getting better placements and the youth from here are becoming self-reliant through skill development and are also adopting self-employment. On this occasion, Union Minister of State for Industries Krishnapal Gurjar, Haryana Transport and Higher Education Minister Moolchand Sharma, MLA Nayanpal Rawat, University Vice Chancellor Dr. Raj Nehru, Media Advisor to the Chief Minister Rajiv Jaitley, DC Neha Singh, SP Dr. Anshu Singla and others were present. Dignitaries were also present. Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that providing employment opportunities to the youth is the biggest challenge for the country. Earlier education was a medium, we spread education widely, linked education with skills and paved the way for employment for the youth. Studying is an aspect of increasing knowledge but real and practical knowledge comes only from art and skill based education.