Mumbai : The ten tribal students from tribal ashramshalas of Chandrapur district have gone on Mission Shaurya to reach at Mount Everest a month ago after getting encouragement from guardian Minister of Chandrapur district Sudhir Mungantiwar. Four tribal students from the group were finally reached at the highest point of the world on May 16.
Student Umakant Madavi, Parmesh Ale, Manisha Dhurve from government tribal ashramshala Devada, and Kavidas Kathmode from government tribal ashramshala Jivati of Chandrapur district have been proudly reached at the Mount Everest. They enhance the pride of the their adhramshala as well as Chandrapur district.
With the initiative of finance minister Sudhir Mungantiwar, the Chandrapur and Ballarpur railway stations proved to be the most beautiful railway station in the country. After this, four tribal students of Chandrapur district become the district from where student succeeded to reach at Mount Everest.
Mission was an initiative of finance Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar which was implemented by the Tribal Development Department and Chandrapur District Administration. Finance Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar and Tribal Development Minister Vishnu Savra had greeted to the 10 tribal students and extended their best wishes for success in the program organized at Chandrapur. Out of these 10 students 2 students will land Mount Everest in the next 2 days. Finance Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar congratulated these brave, brave, patriotic students.