Master plan of gram panchayats will ensure planned development of every village
Bhopal, Jan 27
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that there will be no shortage of funds for the welfare of the poor in the government treasury. The first right on the treasury is that of the poor. The ambitious Sambal Yojana for the welfare of the poor has been relaunched. Like the urban areas, master plan of village panchayats will be prepared so as to ensure planned development of every village.
Chouhan was addressing a huge public meeting organized at the benefit distribution programme in Satna on Tuesday.
Chief Minister Chouhan said that the love and blessings of the public is my strength. The land of Vindhya has immensely blessed the government. This love and trust will never be broken. He saluted the people present in the meeting and said that republic means to take care of services and facilities of common people.
Chief Minister Chouhan said that the names of 37 lakh poor people in the state have been added to the ration eligibility list. Around two crore people have been linked to Ayushman Bharat Yojana for free medical treatment. Chief Minister Chouhan said that pucca houses will be provided to all the poor in Madhya Pradesh in the next 4 years. Similarly, by the year 2024, drinking water will be provided in every house in urban and rural areas by providing tap connections under the Jaljeevan Mission.
Minister of State for Panchayat and Rural Development Ramkhelavan Patel said that the state government has resolved to make Madhya Pradesh self-sufficient with the cooperation of all under the leadership of Chief Minister Chouhan. Implementation has been started by creating a roadmap for development in all areas including education, health, good governance, employment, agriculture, industry etc.
He hoped that Madhya Pradesh will be the first to become self-reliant in the country with the cooperation of the people.
In his welcome address, MP Ganesh Singh said that Chief Minister Chouhan has given invaluable gifts like smart city, medical college and Bansagar water to Satna district. He informed that the Chief Minister Chouhan has conducted a serious review of the five-year plan of 2 thousand 38 crores to make Satna the most beautiful city of Vindhya region.
Among those who were present on this occasion include MLA Jugul Kishore Bagri, Narayan Tripathi, former MLA Prabhakar Singh, Shankarlal Tiwari, Surendra Singh Gaharwar, District Panchayat President Sudha Singh, former Mayor Mamta Pandey, Narendra Tripathi and senior officials.
Bhoomi pujan and dedication of development works worth Rs 330 crore
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan laid the foundation stone and performed bhoomi pujan for construction and development works of various departments of the district and the Municipal Corporation, costing Rs 330 crore 36 lakh during the stay in Satna. Chief Minister Chouhan distributed benefits of Rs 10 crore 47 lakh 93 thousand to 911 beneficiaries under public welfare schemes of the government. He also distributed forest rights letters to 116 beneficiaries under the Forest Rights Act.