Chhattisgarh Rajyotsava 2020: Seven outstanding police jawans will be honored with gallantry medals on Chhattisgarh Foundation Day for outstanding work.
Home Minister Mr. Tamradhwaj Sahu has congratulated and congratulated all the police personnel who received the award. He has said that it is a matter of pride to get awards for law and order and public service. It also provides inspiration.
Among the police personnel selected for Chhattisgarh Police Shaurya Medal 2020, Inspector Mr. Mohsin Khan Jashpur, Sub-Inspector Mr. Jitendra Esaiya Sukma, Assistant Sub-Inspector Mr. Ganesh Karamarka Bijapur, Principal constable Mr. Ramlal Kashyap Dantewada, Principal constable Mr. Kutumath Rao Dantewada, constable Mr. Deva Anambam Bijapur and The constable is Mr. Gopi Istam Dantewada.
The award will be given during the Rajyotsav program held at the Chief Minister’s residence.
Significance of Chhattisgarh Formation Day
Chhattisgarh Rajyotsava is celebrated on November 1 and grand celebrations are conducted in the state of Chhattisgarh. The celebrations to mark the 17th state foundation day will be celebrated in Naya Raipur, like every year.
The celebrations will be held for five days at the sprawling Rajyotsav Sthal in Naya Raipur which is the upcoming new capital. The remaining 26 district headquarters will witness celebrations for three days.
History of Chhattisgarh Formation Day
The center-eastern state borders Madhya Pradesh in the northwest, Uttar Pradesh in the north, Jharkhand in the northeast, Maharashtra in the southwest, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh in the south and Odisha in the southeast.
In ancient times, it was known as Dakshina Kosala. The name Chhattisgarh became popular during the time of the Maratha Empire and was first used in an official document in 1795.
The Chhattisgarh region had been part of the Chedi dynasty of Kalinga. In the medieval period up to 1803, a major part of present eastern Chhattisgarh was part of the Sambalpur Kingdom of Odisha.