Recovery of money from chitfund companies is in progress
Chief Minister Chouhan interacted with ministers, gave information
Bhopal, Feb 9
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the campaign against mafia in the state is going on continuously. Money is being returned to the affected by attaching the assets of the chit fund companies. Along with this, teams have been sent out of the state to recover the missing children.
Chief Minister Chouhan was addressing the ministers before the cabinet meeting.
Chief Minister Chouhan informed that 2000 hectares of land has been freed from 1271 land mafias in the state, which cost more than Rs 10 thousand crores.
Chief Minister Chouhan informed that an amount of Rs 800 crores of 50 thousand people has been recovered from chit fund companies. Chouhan said that six factories manufacturing adulterated goods have been demolished under drive against adulteration. Similarly, ration was distributed to the public after seizing the property of the officer involved in black marketing of ration. The action in Indore had an effective impact. Action has been taken against 331 people involved in black marketing of ration.
Chief Minister Chouhan informed the ministers that Operation Muskan is being conducted in the state to find the missing children, under which 9500 children have been recovered so far, of which 80 percent are girls.
Chief Minister Chouhan said that according to the existing arrangements in the Union Budget, plans should be chalked out with the officials of the departments in the state’s interest and focusing on development and attempts should be made to get maximum allocation from the Central Government. Chief Minister Chouhan also told the ministers to innovate constantly by remaining active in their departments.