Raipur Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has set off on a visit to Bijapur, unveiling a packed schedule filled with various engagements. While speaking with journalists aboard a helicopter en route to Bijapur, the Chief Minister expressed his enthusiasm for the multitude of events planned for the day.Bijapur boasts several significant establishments, including a government factory and a central library, all of which are on the agenda for the day. Chief Minister Baghel confirmed his participation in these programmes, highlighting the importance of these institutions for the region.Chief Minister Baghel addressed questions concerning the dissatisfaction voiced by AICC president Mallikarjuna Kharge during the AICC meeting. He revealed that he became aware of Kharge’s concerns through media reports. Explaining his absence during a recent Brahmin community event, Baghel clarified that he had to return from the event prematurely due to prior commitments but emphasized his commitment to the community’s welfare by allocating two acres of land and attending a large gathering organized for them.Shifting to national matters, Baghel commented on the commencement of the special session of Parliament. He noted that discussions about “One Nation, One Election” and other unspecified topics had been circulating but asserted that such topics were not part of the official agenda.On the topic of the Parivartan Yatra which was attended by Uttar Pradesh’s Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya on Monday, Baghel mentioned that leaders from the Bharatiya Janata Party, including the Union Home Minister, are actively participating in the tour. He anticipated the continuous arrival of party leaders in the days ahead.During his visit, he will inaugurate the Bijapur government factory and the reconstruction of the Central Library. Additionally, he will unveil a statue of Chhattisgarh Mahatari, located within the Collectorate premises of Bijapur, and actively participate in a public meeting, underscoring his commitment to the region’s development.
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