In a historic event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi distributed approximately 51,000 appointment letters to newly inducted recruits in various government departments and organizations across India. The distribution ceremony took place simultaneously at 46 different locations across the country and was conducted via video conferencing.
Modi, virtually addressing the recruits, emphasized the significance of this event taking place during the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Utsav. He likened their entry into public service to a new beginning, much like the arrival of Lord Ganesha, symbolizing auspiciousness and prosperity. He expressed confidence in the abilities of these new recruits and their role in shaping India's future.
During his address, Modi outlined a vision for a developed and prosperous India by the year 2047, marking the centenary of India's independence. He encouraged the newly appointed government officials to play an instrumental role in achieving this goal through their dedication, hard work, and commitment to public service.
The main event, held at Samanvaya Bhawan in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, saw the esteemed presence of Chief Guest Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers' Welfare. Mohan Yadav, Cabinet Minister of the Madhya Pradesh Government, and Malti Rai, Mayor, Bhopal, also graced the occasion as special guests.
One of the highlights of the ceremony was the distribution of appointment letters to 22 newly recruited Nursing Officers of AIIMS Bhopal, handed over by Narendra Singh Tomar, in a symbolic gesture of support for the healthcare sector. Prof. Dr. Ajai Singh, Executive Director, AIIMS Bhopal, while congratulating the selected nursing officers, said, "The nationwide distribution of appointment letters is in line with the government's commitment to strengthen the workforce and provide opportunities to talented individuals to contribute to the growth and development of the country."
AIIMS officials, Danish Javed and Ramendra Singh Sirodiya, were also present during this momentous event.