22 Sep : The Chief Minister, Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that welfare schemes have been formulated taking into account the interests of every section of the society in the state.
Shri Chouhan said that his government is fully dedicated to the service of the people and it is their prime responsibility to fulfil the people’s aspirations. The Chief Minister made this reiteration while speaking at the foundation laying and dedication ceremonies of various development works estimated to cost about Rs. 33 crore at the newly constituted Badi tahsil in Raisen district, today.
Speaking on the occasion, Shri Chouhan said that status of a tahsil has been accorded to Badi, which has been formally inaugurated today. He said that special emphasis has been laid on ensuring all round development of poor, farmers, women, proletariate etc. He also referred to the benefits of Ladli Laxmi Yojana, Mukhyamantri Mazdoor Yojana and various other beneficiary oriented schemes and urged the people to come forward to take the benefits of these schemes.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan handed over saving certificates to Ku. Disha and Ku. Kritika under the Ladli Laxmi Yojana. He also made a token distribution of free bicycles to the girl students of Badi Higher Secondary School. Forestland possession certificates were distributed to 33 beneficiaries under the Forest Dweller Act 2008.
The former Chief Minister Shri Sudnerlal Patwa also made reference of various welfare schemes introduced by the present government for the welfare of common people. Member of Parliament Shri Ramjpal Singh said that concrete shape is being given to several development works in different parts of the state.
The Public Relations, Mining and Culture Minister, Shri Laxmikant Sharma; Chairman, M.P. Tourism Development Corporation, Shri Dhruva Narayan Singh; Chairman, District Cooperative Bank, Shri Harinarayan Saxena; Chairman, Land Development Bank, Shri Narendra Singh Kushwah, Collector Shri Sandeep Yadav, people’s representatives and a large number of villagers were present on the occasion.