CM Shivraj while addressing the program said that Lord Parshuram ji is known as the god of justice. He had raised the ax to destroy the terrorists. Due to his inspiration, goons, miscreants, Naxalites are not well on the land of Madhya Pradesh.
Brahmin Welfare Board will be established
The state government is running the campaign with full force. Brahmin Welfare Board will be established for the welfare of Brahmins who protect religion and culture in Madhya Pradesh. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said these things at Gufa Mandir today. He participated in the ‘Akshayotsav 2023’ program organized on Lord Parshuram Jayanti here.
Appointment given to 3,547 Sanskrit teachers
The Chief Minister said that 3,547 Sanskrit teachers have been appointed in government schools of the state. An initiative has been taken to give Rs 5,000 allowance every month to the priests of the state’s temples and scholarship to the ritualistic children studying Sanskrit. The Chief Minister also participated in the Shobha Yatra before participating in the birth anniversary program of Lord Parshuram ji organized at the cave temple premises in Lalghati.
Dhirendra Shastri, head of Bageshwar Dham also reached
During this, the Chief Minister was welcomed by the devotees at various places by showering flowers. Let us tell you that Pandit Dhirendra Shastri, head of Bageshwar Dham, also reached the cave temple on Saturday on the occasion of Parshuram Jayanti. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan welcomed the Bageshwar Dham ji government and also received his blessings.
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