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Dr. khubchand Baghel Samman

The whole life of Dr. Khubchand Baghel was dedicated to the welfare of society and farmers and for various creative works. You were born on July 19, 1900 in Pathri village in Raipur district. Father's name was Jodhavan Prasad and mother's name was Kekati Bai. Your primary education was in the village and high school in Raipur. After passing medical examination from Nagpur in 1925, he was employed as an Assistant Medical Officer.
From the time of study in Nagpur, you have been actively involved in the national movement by being influenced by the national ideology. Impressed by Mahatma Gandhi, he went to villages and villages and campaigned for non-cooperation movement. During the Salt Satyagraha in 1930, after leaving government jobs, he joined the movement. For the third time in 1940, the personal satyagraha went to jail. In the Quit India Movement in 1942, you were again sentenced to two and a half years of rigorous imprisonment. Because of Congress differences in 1951, Acharya Kripalani's farmer joined the Mazdoor Party.

You were elected to the Legislative Assembly in 1951 and remained a member till 1962. In 1967 you were elected to the Rajya Sabha. Despite being a doctor from the business, you have continued to work for the advancement of agriculture and farmers. You were the inspiration and leader of many tribal-peasant movements of Chhattisgarh. You have made unprecedented efforts towards developing agriculture as an industry equivalent. For the separate Chhattisgarh state, you are constantly engaged in the wake of the people.

In favor of Chhattisgarhi, literature creation, folk performances and speaking. In order to fulfill these objectives, you formed Chhattisgarh Bhattrasangha in Raipur in 1967. You died on 22 February 1969. The Chhattisgarh government has established Dr. Khubchand Bagel's honor in his memory to encourage important achievements and research in the field of agriculture.