People should have positive mindset like Dr NS Bisht; CM


Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat released Book “Trivandra Ek Zindaginama-Khairasain ka Suraj” written by Dr Narendra Singh Bisht. CM said Dr Bisht is a person of philosophical thinking as well as a qualified doctor. It is important to have good thinking in the interest of society. Thinking differently opens new paths in the interest of the state; we will have to progress with positive sentiments.

On this occasion Jagar singer Padmashri Basanti Bisht described the CM Rawat as a person of simple nature who understood  pain of the mountain, Susheela Baluni also called the CM as a politician of simple personality and wealthy character. Legendary Folk Singer Narendra Singh Negi describing CM as a sensitive person said that people of the State have lots of expectations from this sun of Khairasain. As the heat and light of this sun will make better the education and health sector of the State, the wave of growth will run faster in the entire state.

Padmashri Dr Anil Joshi described the CM a beyond the arrogant, simple and accessible person, he said that the village-oriented personality of CM Understands Uttarakhand better.

Ramesh Bhatt, Media Advisor to CM said that in the book, the story of Chief Minister Shri Trivandra’s  untainted life and life struggle has been told. CM Trivendra has regarded the struggle as his objective and nationalism as religion. While being the Minister of Agriculture, he used new experiments in the field of agriculture and horticulture. To get the state a new identity in the field of tourism, CM has taken an effective initiative to make 13 new tourism initiatives apart from Mussoorie and Nainital.

 The author of the book, Dr NS Bisht discussed the contents of the book in detail. On this occasion, Surat, Gujarat’s social worker Dinesh Patel also expressed his views.  A large number of dignitaries were present in the program


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