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A person from Jabalpur has also put a picture of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in the temple of his house. He also worships in the form of God in the morning and evening. The person says that the CM has not been able to meet, but he hopes that one day he will definitely be able to meet.
The image of Madhya Pradesh chief Shivraj Singh Chouhan has been made in the form of uncle in the entire state. The personality of Shivraj Singh Chouhan and his ability to remain among the people of the state has made him a popular chief minister of the people. By the way, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan (CM Shivraj Singh ChouhanThere is no dearth of fans, but today we introduce you to such a person, who considers Shivraj Singh Chauhan, the head of the state as God. Not only this, he also worships him in the form of God in the morning and evening. His picture has also been kept in the temple of the house. The name of this person is Ramlal Pusam and he is the tribal secretary in Jabalpur.
Every morning Ramlal Pusam folds hands in front of CM’s photo. In its fourth phase, many important schemes have been started for the tribals. This is the reason why Ramlal Pusam is a Jabra fan of CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Ramlal Pusam says that ever since Shivraj Singh became the Chief Minister of the state, there have been continuous beneficial schemes for the tribals in the state, due to which the tribal community is getting its benefits. His area Kundam was also very backward, but due to the schemes of tribals being run by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, accidental development has taken place in the tribal areas. Where the salary of the village secretary was 500, today he is getting 35 thousand.
CM’s temple has been built in the wall of the house
Ramlal has installed the picture of state chief Shivraj Singh Chouhan in the wall of his village house. They worship him in the morning and evening. Ramlal Pusam is currently working as Village Secretary in District Panchayat Jabalpur. Ramlal travels daily for duty from his village Tithaha to Jabalpur, 80 km away. Ramlal says that till now he has not been able to meet Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, but he hopes that one day he will definitely be able to meet him.
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