Bhagalpur, Bihar: The Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar paid tribute to the late Tilka Manjhi, a prominent social reformer and freedom fighter of the state, by garlanding his statue at Tilka Manjhi Chowk in Bhagalpur district on Monday.
The event was part of the ongoing ‘Samadhan Yatra‘, which was launched by the Chief Minister to reach out to the people and address their grievances.
The statue of Tilka Manjhi is a symbol of his contributions towards the society and the country and is held in high esteem by the people of Bhagalpur and other parts of the state.
The garlanding of the statue by the Chief Minister was a significant moment in the ‘Samadhan Yatra’ as it showcased the government’s commitment to preserving the legacy of Tilka Manjhi and other great leaders.
Addressing a gathering of people at Tilka Manjhi Chowk, the Chief Minister said that Tilka Manjhi was a great son of the soil who fought for the rights of the marginalized sections of the society and made significant contributions towards the independence movement.
He said that the government was committed to preserving the legacy of Tilka Manjhi and other freedom fighters by building statues and monuments in their honor.
The Chief Minister also expressed his gratitude to the people of Bhagalpur for their support and cooperation in making the ‘Samadhan Yatra’ a success.
He said that the yatra was an important initiative to reach out to the people and address their grievances and problems. He added that the government was working tirelessly to improve the lives of the people and make Bihar a developed state.
The ‘Samadhan Yatra’ has received a positive response from the people, who have been turning up in large numbers to participate in the various events and raise their grievances with the government.
The Chief Minister’s tribute to Tilka Manjhi at Tilka Manjhi Chowk has added significance to the ‘Samadhan Yatra’ and has reinforced the government’s commitment to preserving the legacy of great leaders.
In conclusion, the garlanding of Tilka Manjhi’s statue by the Chief Minister during the ‘Samadhan Yatra’ was a significant moment that showcased the government’s commitment to preserving the legacy of great leaders and working towards the welfare of the people.