Patalpani railway station in Indore to be renamed as Tantya Mama railway station

Patalpani railway station in Indore to be renamed as Tantya Mama railway station



Tribal pride, Mama Tantya Bhil’s sacrifice day is on 4th December. Indore Bus Stand and Patalpani Railway Station to be named after Tantya Mama, CM said.

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced that Patalpani railway station in Indore will be renamed as Tantya Mama railway station, news agency ANI reported. The decision comes following a move by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who had earlier inaugurated the Rani Kamlapati Station which was earlier called Habibganj Railway Station.

“Tribal pride, Mama Tantya Bhil’s sacrifice day is on 4th December. Indore Bus Stand and Patalpani Railway Station to be named after Tantya Mama,” Shivraj  said. Speaking to the media here on Monday, the chief minister said the renaming of the station would be a tribute to the revolutionaries who struggled against the Mughals and the Britishers.

“History was not taught in a proper manner. There is a need to bring up the glorious history of Gondwana. It would be a tribute to the great men and the revolutionaries who kept struggling first against the Mughals and then the Britishers. Therefore, we are doing various kinds of work. Along with his, we have formed numerous schemes for all-around empowerment of tribals,” he said.

Earlier, Chouhan announced that a new excise policy will legalise liquor made out of mahua and it will be sold as “heritage liquor”.

Speaking at Janjatiya Gaurav Diwas in Mandla, chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said, “the government is devising an excise policy under which if anyone makes liquor made of Mahua in a traditional way, it will not be illegal anymore. It will be sold in the liquor shops with the name of ‘Heritage liquor’ which would be a source of employment and income for the tribal people who have been making and consuming it.”

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first published:Nov. 23, 2021, 9:20 a.m.



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