“Sir I aspire to become an IAS. I have secured the third position in the state in Class 10 board examinations. I want to do coaching”, said Muskan while interacting with chief minister Bhupesh Baghel during his ‘Bhent-Mulaqat Abhiyan’ at Lailunga assembly constituency today.
Pointing to the IAS and IPS sitting beside him, Baghel said “look, they are all IAS and IPS officers. They never went to any coaching classes. For this, you need determination and dedication to your studies.
Hailing from a middle-class family Muskan is a student of Swami Atmanand English Medium School in Lailunga. She always dreamt of becoming an IAS officer and achieving something big in her life. “I belong to a middle-class family. It would be of great help if I could get some financial assistance. I would be able to do my preparations well and fulfill my dream of becoming an IAS”, said Muskaan with a frowning face.
Addressing the girl’s concern, chief minister immediately asked her how much aid do you need? “Nearly Rs 2 lakh”, the girl replied. Baghel assured her that she would get the required amount and gave approval for the same. He asked her to study hard with utmost dedication. This brought a big smile to the face of Muskan and her father.
To turn her dream into reality she is focussing on her studies and with her hard work, she achieved the third position in the state in the 10th board examinations. She wanted to take some help from coaching as well for her preparations. However, due to financial constraints, she was afraid that she won’t be able to fulfill her dream.
Muskaan was all smiles when chief minister approved financial aid for her higher studies. “My wish has been granted. All my worries are gone now. I will not have to face much trouble in pursuing my higher education and becoming an IAS”, she said.
Meanwhile, chief minister Bhupesh Baghel, who reached the Lailunga assembly constituency as a part of his ‘Bhent-Mulaqat Abhiyan’ resolved the grievances of many other people and social organizations who came to meet him.