Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel honored Nirmala of Birhor, a backward tribe of Jashpur district: Minister Amarjeet Bhagat also congratulated Nirmala on passing 12th
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, a resident of village Jhalgaon of Duldula development block of district Jashpur. Nirmala honored in Raipur. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel provided Nirmala with one lakh rupees and laptops for further studies from the voluntary grant. Kumari Nirmala has recently passed the 12th examination and now she wants to go to college too. Ku of Jashpur district Nirmala Bai belongs to the very backward Birhor tribe. When his success came to know about Food Minister Amarjeet Bhagat, he was very impressed. Minister Amarjeet Bhagat is also in charge of Jashpur district, he took Nirmala with him to the Chief Minister. He encouraged Nirmala that he did not allow the deprivation to dominate himself. She has set an example for girls like her, Those who want to make their bright future by taking higher education. Giving his best wishes, Collector Shri Mahadev Kavre is encouraging Birhor girl Kumari Nirmala to move forward.
Nirmala’s family is very poor. Father Mr. Kunwar Ram is a farm laborer near 5th and mother Mrs. Birsmani Bai is illiterate, a domestic woman. There are 6 members in this family including parents, 02 brothers, 02 sisters, Nirmala is the eldest. He has set a model for his siblings. Mr. Nirmala, staying in Government Post-Matric Girls Hostel Jashpur, Government Highness Lady Laxmi Bai, Girls UM Passed class 12th examination from Jashpurnagar with 58 percent marks. In the Birhor society, the education and education of girls is not taken care of, they get married at an early age. Taking care of Nirmala’s interest in studying, her parents did not pressurize her for marriage. He allowed Nirmala to study at will.
Birhor is the first girl child of the society to pass 12th in Nirmala district. Wants to study in college for higher education. For the upliftment of the society, she wants to work in the future by becoming a teacher and wants to add children of her society to the mainstream of education. There are a total of 161 families of Birhor tribe in the district in which 515 members reside.