Indore. Chief Minister Kamal Nath, while addressing the huge tribal event organized by Birsa Brigade on the birth anniversary of revolutionary martyr Tantya Mama in Indore today, said that the overall welfare of tribals is the priority of the state government. In the state, work is being done to resolve the education, employment of tribals and to make them financially self-reliant. He called upon the tribals to come forward and work to protect their culture.
Former Union Minister and NCP Chief Sharad Pawar was specially present in this conference. Forest Minister Umang Singhar, MLA and former minister Kantilal Bhuria, MLA Sanjay Shukla and Vishal Patel, Narendra Saluja, Vinay Bakaliwal, Sadashiv Yadav, Smt. Archana Jaiswal, Phulbhai Chaudhary, Satish Pedram were also present at the program.
While addressing the function, Chief Minister Kamal Nath extended best wishes on the birth anniversary of Shaheed Tantya Mama. He said that tribal is the identity of Madhya Pradesh. This identity will be maintained in any case. He said that special attention will be paid to education and employment of tribal youth. Their future will be decorated. Today's young man is in a new world, he has a new thinking and a new perspective.
He has new dreams. The new thinking and new dream of the youth will be realized. Work will be done for their upliftment. The tribals will have to be assertive to solve their problems. He said that a new history will be established in the state in the area of welfare of tribals. He said that new generations should keep their culture alive. In the program, guests also released published reports about the life of tribals, posters, calendars, magazines etc. related to the life of Tantya Mama. At the beginning of the program, Satish Pedram gave a welcome speech and kept his problems. A large number of youth and tribal people were present in the program.