"One thing every ambitious Indian should learn from his life is 'It's Never Too Late'," Chouhan tweeted.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan also expressed grief at the death of Vimla Sharma.
He also said that his government was preparing a single citizenship database so that people of the state do not have to register for each scheme separately.
Maximum 500 guests have been allowed inside the event venue and there would not be any felicitation of the police personnel. General public has been barred from taking part in the event.
Terming the death of Indori as an irreparable loss for the country and Madhya Pradesh, CM Chouhan said he ruled the hearts of billions of people with his Urdu poems.
Chouhan, 61, had tested positive for coronavirus infection on July 25. He has been in home quarantine since he was discharged on August 5.
Chouhan had tested positive for coronavirus on July 25 and remained hospitalised for 11 days before he was discharged on August 5.
Bisahulal Singh, who was an MLA with Congress prior to March this year, has found a place in the committee and will be probing the six-month tenure of his own previous government.
The two police personnel were suspended for assaulting and disrespecting a Sikh man in Barwani district of the state.
Amarinder Singh had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging him not to allow GI tagging of MP's basmati rice in the larger interest of Punjab and other states which already have this tag.
On the lines of the 'Atma-nirbahr Bharat' mantra by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Madhya Pradesh has undertaken the task to chalk out a roadmap for an ‘Atma-nirbhar MP’.
Amarinder Singh has written to PM Narendra Modi urging him not to allow GI tagging of basmati to Madhya Pradesh in the larger interest of Punjab and other states that already have GI tag for the rice variety.
Doctors have advised Chouhan, who was in the hospital for 11 days, to stay in home-quarantine and monitor his health for a week.
With Prime Minister Narendra Modi performing 'bhoomi pujan' for the construction of the temple, Chouhan said a "new era" has begun.
Doctors have advised Chouhan, who was in the hospital for 11 days, to be under home quarantine and self-monitor his health for a week.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and state BJP president VD Sharma on Tuesday offered prayers to Lord Ram at a hospital where they are un.
Chouhan made the appeal on Monday in a video from a city-based hospital where he has been undergoing treatment for COVID-19 since the last 10 days.
Chouhan, who is recuperating from Covid-19 disease at a hospital, said mere invocation of Lord Ram's name makes inauspicious time auspicious.
Chouhan has been in Chirayu Medical College and Hospital in Bhopal since July 25 undergoing treatment for COVID-19.
Singhar, the nephew of former Madhya Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Jamuna Devi, also tagged former AICC president Rahul Gandhi in the tweet, directing the salvo at the Congress leader.