New Delhi : The Chief Minister of Delhi, Mr. Arvind Kejriwal, met the members of the newly constituted governing bodies of Hindi, Sanskrit and Bhojpuri-Maithili Academies on Tuesday at the Delhi Secretariat.
The Chief Minister lauded the role of the Vice-Chairpersons and members of the three academies and said, “You are learned people and you have a great responsibility to fulfill. You all have earned respect from the society for the hard work done by you.”
The Chief Minister also asked the new bodies to not to keep the activities confined to Lutyen’s Delhi. “Take it to each and every citizen of Delhi. We are here for any help you require,” he said.
The members of the bodies were earlier welcomed by the Minister for Art and Culture, Government of Delhi, Mr. Jitender Singh Tomar.
“I request you all to do all you can to take these academies forward. We are here to help you, come with your suggestions, we will do whatever you can,” said Mr. Tomar.
All the new Vice-Chairpersons and members introduced themselves to the Chief Minister who also heads all the three academies.