In the last three years, the Chhattisgarh model of folk art, culture, tradition and development has created a new identity in the country and the world. To celebrate this self-respect and pride, Run for CG Pride was organized in the capital city of Raipur. In this, along with Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, a large number of participants from all walks of life and age participated enthusiastically. Mr. Gujari Lal secured first position in the race in senior citizen category above 60 years of age. Similarly, in the above 14 years and less than 60 years category, Mr. Mukesh Kumar stood first in the male category and Ms. Priyanka Sahu stood first in the female category. Similarly, Mr. Karan Sahu secured first position in boys category and Ms. Kamini Sahu in girls’ category. It is worth mentioning that Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel started the race by flagging off from Gandhi Udyan in the capital Raipur at 7 am today. The race was organized in three categories for 14 years to 60 years, second category for senior citizens above 60 years and third below 14 years of age category. In the Boys category below 14 years, Mr. Babu Bera got the second position and Mr. Javendra Chandra got the third position and in the girls category, Ms. Vriksha Singh got the second and Ms. Pinky Gupta got the third position. Similarly, in the category of men above 14 years and below 60 years, Shri Yudhishthira, Shri Suleman Khan, Shri Ishwar Prasad Sinha, Shri Karan Kumar, Shri Ghanshyam Kumar, Shri Omkar, Shri Bhikham Kumar stood second to tenth respectively in the men’s category. Mr. Ashok Verma and Mr. Raj Kumar were there. In the women’s category, Ms. Rukhmani Sahu, Ms. Bimleshwari Thakur, Ms. Nisha Sahu, Ms. Shraddha Sahu, Ms. Vandana Sahu, Ms. Geetanjali Sahu ranked second to seventh, 8th at No. 6684, Ninth ranked No. 6409 and Ms. Kalyani Sahu 10th. Ranked. Similarly, in the senior citizen category, Mr. Gaurishankar and Mr. Moolchand Sahu stood second and third. Out of these, the first prize to the participants in the age group of 14 to 60 years is Rs. 21 thousand, second prize is Rs. 15 thousand, third prize is Rs. 11 thousand. And from the fourth to the tenth place, a prize money of Rs 21 hundred will be given. On the other hand, in the category of senior citizens and children below 14 years of age, the first prize will be Rs 11 thousand, the second prize is seven thousand rupees and the third prize is five thousand rupees. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading