Mr. Chouhan lays foundation-dedicates construction works and takes part in Jan Samvad during Vikas Yatra
Bhopal, May 27, 2018 (Abdul Ahad Farhan): Addressing a Jan Samvad programme at Badodia, Hathighat, Rithvad and Dhandia village in Nasrullaganj tehsil of Sehore district, Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Friday said to the public that the state government has launched so many welfare schemes that the government is with you till the end. He said that beneficiaries will be given benefits under Mukhya Mantri Jan Kalyan (Sambal) Yojana on June 13. Mr. Chouhan said that in the next four years, no person will remain homeless in the state. All persons will be given pattas and proprietary rights. Women will be made self-reliant financially through productive activities by forming self-help groups. Giving information about the various public welfare schemes, he persuaded people to take advantage of the schemes. The Chief Minister dedicated bathing ghat constructed on the river Amber at a cost of Rs 15 lakhs in Hathighat, besides laying the foundation of community building worth Rs 12 lakh and Anganwadi building worth Rs 7.80 lakh. He also laid the foundation of CC Road in Rithwad built at a cost of Rs 3.28 lakh and school boundary wall built at a cost of Rs 3.58 lakh.
Among those present in the programme were District Minister in Charge Mr. Rampal Singh, Chairman of Forest Development Corporation Mr. Guruprasad Sharma, Chariman of Warehousing Corporation Mr. Rajendra Singh Rajput, Apex Bank Administrator Mr. Ramakant Bhargav, State BJP Secretary Mr. Raghunath Singh, BJP district president Mr. Sitaram Yadav, public representatives, Divisional Commissioner Mr. Ajatshatru, IG Mr. Jaideep Prasad, Collector Mr. Tarun Kumar Pithode, SP Mr. Rajesh Singh Chandel, other government servants and villagers in a large number.