Implementation of schemes to be reviewed at village level


Tendu patta collectors, labourers and women’s convention concludes in Aagar-Malwa

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that a new chapter of development is being written in Madhya Pradesh which no one can change. Farmers are being given full benefits of all schemes. Implementation of public welfare schemes will be reviewed at village level. A team of 5 members selected by the District Collector and local public representatives from the village itself will conduct the review. The Chief Minister was addressing the Tendu Patta collectors, labourers and Women’s convention and Swachhata Samman Samaroh organized at Aagar Malwa today. The Chief Minister was welcomed with showers of flowers and garlands by various social organizations and citizens in Aagar-Malwa city. Chouhan said that the Mukhya Mantri Jan-Kalyan Yojana has been implemented to bring positive change in the lives of the poor. Under this scheme, benefits of different schemes of the government will be given to poor, needy people and labourers. Residential pattas will be given to every poor person and financial assistance will also be provided for housing. Giving detailed information about the scheme he said that all beneficiaries will be benefitted uniformly in the scheme. Chouhan told that training and loans will be given to women through self-help groups to empower women financially. The Chief Minister said that the state government always remains alert towards the welfare of farmers. Proper implementation of various schemes is being ensured to make farming a beneficial profession and make the lives of farmers carefree. Charan padukas and water bottles were presented to 1617 tendu patta collectors of Shajapur and Aagar-Malwa district during the convention. Along with this, sarees were gifted to 777 women collectors. CM Chouhan dedicated and performed bhoomi-pujan of 53 construction works worth nearly Rs 148 crores. CM offers charan paduka to Kalibai. CM Chouhan himself made tendu patta collector Kalibai wear charan-paduka and gifted her with a water bottle and a saree. District Minister in charge Surendra Patwa, MP Manohar Untwal, MLA Sarvashri Gopal Parmar. Murlidhar Patidar, Arun Bhimavat, Jasvant Singh Hada, Inder Singh Parmar, District Panchayat President Smt. Kalabai Gohatiya, other public representatives and a large number of villagers were present in the programme.

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