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Every hardworking person of the state will be empowered


Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said at the Antyodaya Mela in Mandsaur today that his heart always beats for the labourers, the poor and the farmers. The state government is making all possible efforts to make the life of these classes happy. In the last one year, benefits of Rs 20 thousand crore have been distributed to the farmers under various schemes. He said that every hardworking person of the state will be empowered, prosperous and happy. He called upon the farmers to ensure their active participation in the all-round development of the state and not be influenced by those who incite and spread chaos. The Chief Minister distributed benefits of various schemes to the beneficiaries at Antyodaya Mela and made tendu patta collectors wear charan padukas and offered them water bottles.. he also distributed sarees to women collectors. 10 lakh pucca houses every year to unorganised labourers Chief Minister Chouhan said that the Mukhya Mantri Jan-Kalyan (Sambal) scheme is being implemented to bring prosperity to the lives of the poor and the workers of every section of the society. Under this scheme, unorganized workers will be provided 10 lakh pucca houses every year. Residential land pattas will be given to every poor person. Calling for educating children from the poorer sections, he said that in this scheme, the state government will pay the full fees from Class I to higher education of students of the poor family. He said that when children are educated they will move ahead and carve out a new Madhya Pradesh. Chouhan said that the state government will arrange for the treatment of the poor for serious ailments. In case the person has to be treated outside the state, he will be given benefits of State Illness Assistance and Ayushman Bharat Yojana. Land rights certificates distributed to 23 thousand beneficiaries Residential land-rights certificates were distributed to 23 thousand beneficiaries at the Antyodaya fair. Chouhan symbolically handed over the keys of pucca houses to Parasram, Rameshwar, Ramkanya Bai, beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana. He distributed bonus amount to Rs 2 crores 26 lakhs to tendu patta collectors. Chouhan presented charan padukas and water bottles to tendu patta collector Banshilal, Gattu Bai, Pushpa Bai and Kamla Bai. Dedication/bhoomi-pujan of works worth Rs 236 crore 15 lakh CM Chouhan dedicated and performed bhoomi-pujan of development works worth Rs 236 crore 15 lakh. He performed bhoomi-pujan of the Basai-Melkheda and Sitamau-Kayampur road under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana. He announced to approve necessary funds for construction of overbridge and government college at Pipalyamandi and online exam centre at Mandsaur. Rs 1846 crore Malhargarh Irrigation Scheme approved Chouhan said that Rs 1846 crore worth irrigation scheme of Malhargarh area has been approved. This will enable irrigation of 2 lakh acre area. Among those who were present at the conference were MP Sudhir Gupta, President of Unorganized Labourers Welfare Board Sultan Singh Shekhawat, Chairman of Krishak Ayog Ishwarlal Patidar, Vice-President of Jan-Abhiyan Parishad Pradip Pandey, Banshilal Gurjar and Ranjit Singh Rawat of Kisan Sangathan, Vice Chairman of Ujjain Development Authority Jagdish Agarwal, MLA Sarvashri Yashpal Singh Sisodia, Jagdish Devda, Kailash Chawla, Omprakash Sakhlecha, Dilip Singh Parihar, Chandar Singh Sisodia and Rajendra Pande besides other public representatives and a massive number of people.

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