CM Shivraj's big initiative for the poor in MP
Bhopal. 29 October 2022. Attending the Chief Minister’s public service campaign camp at village Neemton in Sehore district in MP, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan says, the main objective of this campaign is to benefit every eligible person of the state. Such people who have not yet got the benefit of the scheme of the government, they must apply and take benefits made available to them.
CM Chouhan did an all Panchayat review of the applications received so far in the camp along going through the entire scheme. He also instructed the officers to find such people and give the benefit of the government’s scheme, who have not yet received the benefit. Villagers of Dungaria, Guaria, Jawahar Nagar including Neemton also participated in the camp.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan stated that he is making efforts for this that the income of all the ladies of the state’s villages, should be at least ten thousand rupees per month. Many activities are being conducted in the state through the group. He holds that the government will also pay the medical and engineering education fees to all the meritorious children of poor families. A law has been made to give capital punishment to those who commit sexual crimes against daughters and so far 74 people have been given capital punishment. The Chief Minister informed about the approved scheme to provide adequate water for irrigation to the farmers by laying a pipeline from the Narmada river. He said that soon the foundation stone of this scheme will also be laid.
The Chief Minister inquired about the status of implementation of Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi and Chief Minister’s Farmers Welfare Schemes. He also instructed the officers saying that all the applications received should be acted upon at the earliest. The farmers told that the paddy crop of 175 farmers of the panchayat has been damaged due to disease. On this, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan instructed Collector Shri Chandra Mohan Thakur to conduct a survey and prepare a case in RBC 6(4) and give compensation and also get the amount of crop insurance. He directed to give the benefit of Mukhyamantri Bal Ashirwad Yojana to the eligible children.
CM Shivraj Singh instructed to get the feet of Meena Rajput, who came to the camp, to be treated in AIIMS and to sanction financial assistance of 50 thousand rupees. The Chief Minister appreciated the painting talent of the child dynasty Vishwakarma and announced to give 25 thousand rupees. He gave assistance of 25 thousand rupees for the purchase of kit to the cricket team of Dungaria Panchayat, community building at a cost of 20 lakh rupees, seven and a half lakh rupees for the construction of the drain, 10 lakh rupees for the construction of the drain in Dungaria and the approval of the Anganwadi building. announced. Along with this, funds were also approved for platform, pond beautification and Anganwadi building.
The Chief Minister also instructed the officers for giving benefits of the schemes to the eligible beneficiaries by acting upon the applications of many schemes including Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, Chief Minister Annapurna Yojana, Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi and Chief Minister Kisan Kalyan Yojana. The Collector informed that a total of 34 applications for Prime Minister’s residence were received from Dungaria, out of which ten are the beneficiaries of housing plus and the names of the remaining beneficiaries have also been added to the Chief Minister’s Jan Awas Yojna. Earlier, 232 applications were received from Dungaria for map correction, which have been rectified.
The Chief Minister said that with the changes in names, it should be ensured that no case of partition remains untouched. He also said that it should also be ensured that after this Chief Minister’s public service camp, there should be no complaint from the beneficiaries’ side. The CM of the state apprised the villagers about the Ladli Laxmi festival program to be held on November 2, 2022. He said that the government will also avail all the expenses of engineering and medical education to the dear daughters of the state.