Chhattisgarh's daughter created history on Women's Day:
Message from Garhbo Nava Chhattisgarh from the highest peak of Africa
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel and Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Bhendia congratulated
Raipur, 09 March 2021
It is said that if the spirits are big, no floor remains high. This has been proved by Chhattisgarh's daughter and Janjgir-Champa's Anganwadi worker Ms. Amita Shriwas. She conquered Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak of the continent of Africa, on the occasion of International Women's Day on 8 March, taking the mission of women empowerment.
After reaching the 5895 meter high peak of Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, he also gave the message of 'Garhbo Nava Chhattisgarh'. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel and Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Anila Bhendia have congratulated and congratulated her for the achievement of Ms. Amita.
Ms. Amita's dream of climbing the heights by climbing was not easy. But it is said that dreams should always be seen big, only then we can achieve them. Ms. Amita, working as an Anganwadi worker in the Department of Women and Child Development, had big dreams and fulfilled it with her courage. His mountaineering expedition to Kilimanjaro started at 10 am Indian time on 4 March. After a 5-day climb, Ms. Amita reached the summit on March 8 at 7:45 am. After reaching the summit, he hoisted the flag of India there and remembered his colleagues for their achievement. Their desire is to conquer Everest ahead.
Ms. Amita's courage got the full support of the Chhattisgarh government. In view of her achievements, Ms. Sriwas was provided for mountaineering Rs. 2 lakh 70 thousand by the district administration in collaboration with Atal Bihari Vajpayee thermal power plant of Chhattisgarh State Power Generation Company, Madwa Janjgir-Champa Unit. Ms. Amita has thanked Dr. Mahant Ramsunder Das, a minister and cabinet minister of Shivrinarayan Math including the Government of Chhattisgarh, for her support and encouragement in this campaign.
Born in a lower middle family, Amita has also won her stint in other sports at the national level. Amita got the inspiration for mountaineering from the state's Everest winning mountaineer Mr. Rahul Gupta. Ms. Amita has been learning mountaineering tricks under the guidance of Rahul Gupta for the last 3 years. Ms. Amita said that she has topped the field of sports since childhood. His interest in mountaineering was also encouraged by his father Jaitaram Shrivas and mother Mrs. Ratiavan Srivas. He has received Rock climbing training in the year 2018 from Vivekananda Mountaineering Institute Mount Abu. After this, he achieved a height of 18 thousand feet in North Sikkim and 17 thousand 600 feet in West Sikkim in 2019. She has given credit for this success to the entire women's society, who are contributing to the progress and development of the state as much as possible.