Now OCM Chowk of Rajdhani Raipur Will be known as Vidyacharan Shukla. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Saturday evening inaugurated the martyr Late Vidyacharan Shukla Chowk in Jhiram Valley. On this occasion, he unveiled a plaque commemorating the martyrs of Jheeram, established in the name of the late Vidyacharan Shukla at a cost of Rs 55 lakhs on behalf of Raipur Smart City Limited. The Chief Minister also dedicated beautification works in the Chowk and attractive fountains installed there to the people of Raipur. The Chief Minister recalled the personality and life of late Vidyacharan Shukla at the inauguration program. He said that Raipur and late Vidyacharan Shukla have been with Choli-Daman. Due to him, Chhattisgarh got recognition in the whole country and the world. He has also contributed significantly in the creation of Chhattisgarh state. Whether he was in the post or not, the late Shukla, he was always dedicated and active for public welfare. We can learn many things from his life.

Late Shukla always worked to advance the youth. Chief Minister In this square, established in the name of Shukla, he said that he would establish a life-size statue. He honored the late Shukla’s nephew, former minister Amitesh Shukla by offering shawls and quince. The program was presided over by Urban Administration and Labor Minister Dr. Shivkumar Dahria. He said that the late Vidyacharan Shukla was a militant leader. He has an important role in the development of Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. The chowk has been set up in his name in the city to cherish his memories and contributions. The inauguration program was also addressed by former ministers and MLAs Satyanarayana Sharma, Amitesh Shukla, Brijmohan Aggarwal and Mayor Ejaz Dhebar. Rajya Sabha MP Chhaya Verma, Chhattisgarh Housing Board Chairman Kuldeep Juneja, Raipur Development Authority President Subhash Dhuppad, Khadi and Village Industries Board President Rajendra Tiwari, MLA Dhanendra Sahu, Prakash Naik, Anita Sharma, Raipur District Panchayat President Domeshwari Verma Collector of Raipur, Dr. S. MIC members including Bhartidasan and Municipal Corporation Commissioner Saurabh Kumar and relatives of the martyrs of Jheeram Valley were also present.