'I'll be together as uncle,' says CM Shivraj to children who lost parents in corona epidemic

Indore: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan arrived in Indore last Thursday. Here he interacted with orphaned children who lose their parents during the corona epidemic. In the meantime, he said, "Don't be disappointed and frustrated at all, all children who lost their parents due to Covid-19. I'm right here to take care of you! You are the future creator of the country. It is my duty to feather your dreams. I will not allow you all to miss anything. You are all our children, how can they be orphans when we are! It is the responsibility of all of us and the society to go ahead, they should not miss their parents. We will take this responsibility completely.''

In fact, last Thursday, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan came to Indore from Ratlam as per schedule. Here he met children who lost their parents from covid-19 infection. Earlier, at a function held at the Red Cross Society complex in Indore, he laid the foundation stone for renovation of Dialysis-Thalassemia Centre and state-of-the-art blood bank project Sushruta and new works worth Rs 8 crore. He also visited vaccination centres located at Khajrana Ganesh Temple premises as part of the second phase of the immunization campaign. He also visited and interacted with the centre of handicapped built in the temple complex.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan also praised 21 NGOs working for the handicapped. In fact, 44 children have been selected in the Indore district under the Mukhyamantri Covid Bal Seva Yojana implemented to help children orphaned in covid-19 infection. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan met the children last Thursday. In the meantime, he hugged the children and consoled them. At the same time, he encouraged and emboldened them to move forward. During this, the Chief Minister said, 'Don't panic, I will always be with you as an uncle. Full help will be given in all your sorrows and happiness. Full help will be given to these children for their complete education, health, protection of rights and property, up-gradation of values.''

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