Chief Minister reiterates commitment to welfare of disabled
Persons with disabilities have made a place for themselves in society
In his message on International Day of Disabled Persons, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has said that people with disabilities have achieved many milestones in different fields at the national and international level. He said that despite physical disabilities, such people have made a place for themselves in society. He further said that disabled people do not need sympathy but support. “It is our duty that we should make them feel that they are an important part of the society and they also have all the rights like any other person without disabilities. They can also assist the nation by participating in elections,” he said.
The Chief Minister said that the State Government is committed to making the interests of the disabled part of mainstream society.
He said that the State Government has taken steps for enhancing the facilities for disabled to appear in various examinations conducted by selection agencies, making arrangements for disabled for making them sit on the ground floor for examinations in multi-storied buildings and making such examinations centers near railway stations and bus stands. Read more posts…
Monday, 03 December 2018 | PNS | Dehradun—
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