Welfare of the poor topmost priority: CM Mr. Chouhan

76,813 beneficiaries get benefits at Khajuri joint conference in Morena district

Dedication/bhoomi-pujan of 14 development works worth Rs 36.89 crores

Bhopal, May 31, 2018 (Abdul Ahad Farhan):  Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the Mukhya Mantri Jan-Kalyan Yojana “Sambal” has been started for the welfare of the poor. In this, efforts have been made to provide social security cover to the general public. Welfare of the poor has been given topmost priority. The Chief Minister was addressing a joint conference of Morena-Bhind in Khajuri village of Ambah tehsil in Morena district. Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan and Union Minister of Rural Development, Panchayati Raj and Mining Mr. Narendra Singh Tomar dedicated and performed bhoomi-pujan of development works worth Rs 36 crore 89 lakh. CM Mr. Chouhan distributed assistance of over Rs 20 crores and other material under various schemes to 76 thousand 813 beneficiaries of Morena-Bhind. District in charge Minister of Morena Mr. Narayan Singh Kushwaha, Public Health and Family Welfare Minister Mr. Rustum Singh, Minister of State for General Administration Mr. Lal Singh Arya, Morena MP Mr. Anup Mishra, Bhind MP Dr. Bhagirath Prasad, other public representatives and a large number of citizens of Bhind-Morena were present at the conference. CM Mr. Chouhan said that no person will remain without land or house by year 2022 in state. He said that there are nearly 37.5 lakh homeless families in the state. Nearly 40 lakh houses will be constructed for these families by year 2022. He said that state government will construct 10 lakh houses every year.

CM Mr. Chouhan said that what we have done in state has never been done anywhere in the world. He said we are not only purchasing wheat, paddy, gram etc but are also giving incentive on these crops to the farmers. He said that electricity will be provided at a flat rate of Rs 200 per month to beneficiaries of Jan-kalyan Yojana from July onwards. The CM said that we have to end the thinking that the children of labourers will remain labourers. Children of the poor are being educated so that they too can reach high posts on the basis of their talent. Government will pay the fees for Class I to PhD for children of the poor.