Chief Minister Shri Shivraj
Singh Chouhan paid tributes to former education minister Shri Haribhau Joshi by
placing a wreath on his body. Shri Joshi had died here yesterday. On this
occasion, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that Shri Haribhau Joshi was a
During his Ujjain visit, Chief
Minister Shri Chouhan drove directly to the house of Shri Joshi. After laying a
wreath on the body of Shri Joshi, the Chief Minister consoled his bereaved
family. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan called on Shri Joshi's wife Smt. Sudha Tai,
elder son Shri Gunwant Joshi, younger son Shri Dilip Baba and two daughters
Leena and Anjali and offered his condolences.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan
said that the unaccomplished works of the departed educationist will be
completed by him and his government. He said that the late Shri Joshi was a
selfless man of deeds. He was not only an able administrator but also a thinker.
His thoughts and deeds were interspersed by the ethos of nationalism and
patriotism. Apart from being a politician, he discharged social works
successfully. The void caused by his death cannot be filled easily.
CM pays tribute to elder
brother of Shri Anil Jain
The Chief Minister, Shri
Shivraj Singh Chouhan paid tributes to Shri Narendra Jain, the elder brother of
Shri Anil Jain Kalukhera, who is the president of public participation committee
of Kalidas Girls College. Shri Narendra Jain died recently. The Chief Minister
visited his house here and offered condolences to the bereaved family.
He was accompanied by Finance
Minister Shri Raghavji, Minister of State (independent charge) for Food &
Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Shri Paras Jain, former Union minister
and ex-MP Dr. Satya Narayan Jatia, UDA Chairperson Shri Mohan Yadav, Shri
Jagdish Agrawal and MLAs of Ujjain district.