CM obtains feedback from beneficiaries


  • Holds direct conversation at MLA Chaupal in Jabalpur

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal-Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan met several beneficiaries in Jabalpur today and received feedback about the benefits being received by them under various schemes.

Met the beneficiaries of these schemes
Chief Minister Chouhan talked with the beneficiaries of Sambal Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Swa-Nidhi Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana and the schemes to benefit self-help groups. He also interacted with members of women's self-help groups. Chief Minister Chouhan said that our aim is to help children belonging to poor sections under Sambal Yojana by providing relief in depositing school fees and thus help to overcome the difficulties faced by them.

Help to small traders
Chief Minister Chouhan told the beneficiaries that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched innovative scheme for the welfare of street vendors. Madhya Pradesh is at the forefront in the implementation of the Prime Minister's Swa-Nidhi Yojana. The Government of Madhya Pradesh has decided to benefit the small traders of rural areas under the Rural Street Vendor Welfare Scheme. Both the schemes are being implemented effectively. This year, the target is to benefit 5 lakh beneficiaries under the Rural Street Vendor Scheme.

Housing scheme installments will be available
Chief Minister Chouhan also informed that on March 12 the amount of second and third installment of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana will be provided. During the discussion, Chief Minister Chouhan asked the beneficiaries if they were facing any difficulty in getting the benefits of the schemes. In response to this, the beneficiaries told that the Madhya Pradesh government has given special attention to the implementation of the schemes to make life easier for the people and they are getting the benefit of schemes.

Driving license to girl students
Chief Minister Chouhan also gave learning driving license to the girl students on the occasion. The Chief Minister also enquired the students about their studies. Chief Minister Chouhan communicated with the beneficiaries at the Saraswati Shishu Mandir premises in Ranjhi under MLA Chaupal in the presence of Minister of State Ramkishore Kanwre, MP Rakesh Singh, MLA Ashok Rohani and obtained feedback about other government schemes also.