From being a firebrand student leader who single handedly took on the mafia culture prevalent amongst the students those days, to become the youngest member of the Madhya Pradesh legislative assembly and consistently carrying on the legacy is a saga one would want to caricature a biography upon. Born on 1st May 1959, in a humble family, the mileposts of reforms and revolution through politics, for him were not distant dreams rather viable visions which he pursued and boarded upon valiantly, achieving success and acclamation both in the social and political domains in the state of undivided Madhya Pradesh and present Chhattisgarh.
Lovingly called “Mohan Bhaiya”, this modest statesman is a synonym of a friend in need for the people of the state. A humble, sober and dedicated leader who prefer development over departments, provision over promises and reforms over revenues, Shri Brijmohan is committed to the wellbeing and welfare of the impoverished and vulnerable section of the society who are largely deprived of any or all schemes of development. During his tenure as ministers in various profiles the state of Chhattisgarh has grown its potential, improvised and reinvented itself in infrastructure, education and agronomics.