Children of manual workers are carving an international identity

Three youth from the state are representing the Indian Softball Team

Children of manual workers won’t be workers anymore, they are ready to scale new heights: Chief Minister Mr. Baghel

Chhattisgarh Government is continuously working for the welfare of workers

Raipur (| Anyone willing to put in hard work and perseverance can fulfill their dreams. This statement has been exemplified by the youth of Chhattisgarh who hail from societies that don’t even dare to dream big. Chhattisgarh’s Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel is continuously working for the interests of workers for the progress of such societies and families. In the last four years, the Chief Minister has launched many schemes for the interests of manual workers in Chhattisgarh. These schemes have proven to be transformative for manual workers and their families, as even their children are now scaling new heights of success. Three talented youth from worker families have broken free from the confines of their slums and are now making a name for themselves on an international level.

Raipur residents, namely, Nikhil Nayak, Beeru Bag, and Kishan Mahanand have left their slum communities to get their talent acknowledged in Canada and Hong Kong. These three have been members of the Indian Softball Team for the last four years and are now displaying their skills on an international level. So far, the three of them have won 7 gold medals while playing for Chhattisgarh.