The Chief Minister, Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the government is undertaking all out efforts for removing sufferings of the poor, destitute persons and people in general. The aim of the government is the welfare of all the sections of society.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was addressing a public welfare camp at Kusumkhera village in Budhni Tahasil of Sehore district. On the occasion, he also distributed National Savings Certificates to six girls under Ladli Laxmi Yojana and Land Right Loan Booklets to farmers. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan sanctioned construction of Kusumkhera-Thheekri road, a Ghat on Narmada banks and building of a middle school. Chairman of Warehousing Corporation Shri Rajendra Singh Rajput and Chairman of MARKFED Shri Ramakant Bhargava were also present on the occasion.
While addressing the public welfare camp, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the state government is undertaking efforts with a sense of service to remove difficulties of the masses. Making a mention of state government’s Ladli Laxmi Yojana, he said that every girl who is born in Madhya Pradesh would get Rs one lakh 18 thousand on attaining majority. He said that he had seen poverty from very close quarters. Poor people should get square meals and with this purpose the state government has launched Mukhya Mantri Annapurna Yojana under which food grains are being provided to poor people on subsidised rates. The Chief Minister said that schemes aiming to benefit the poor, farmers as well as common man are being implemented in the state.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that intentions and policies of the state government are transparent. This is why residents of the state are getting the benefit of public-oriented schemes and the state is marching ahead on the path of progress. Reiterating the determination of making Madhya Pradesh a leading state, the Chief Minister Said that no stone would be left unturned in state’s development and progress.
School, road and Mangal Bhawan in Khairi Silgena
Before visiting Kusumkhera, Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan reached Khairi Silgena village and attended a programme organised by Shivshakti Mahayagya Samiti there. He performed Parikrama of Yagyashala and performed Puja at Hanuman temple. On villagers’ demand, he gave sanction to opening of a higher secondary school in Khairi Silgena village. He also sanctioned construction of Amon-Khairi road and Mangal Bhawan at Khedapati temple.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan visited the house of Shri Govind Singh Chouhan in Kosmi village and offered condolences to him on the death of his daughter Pinki Chouhan.