3 lakh houses to be given to urban poors in state every year

Bansagar dam oustees to have rights to till own land

CM Mr. Chouhan at Jan-Samvad programme at Maihar

maihae8.1.16Bhopal, January 8, 2016 (Muslim Saleem):  Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that houses will be provided to urban poor families in the state every year. Mr. Chouhan was holding dialogue with people at village Dharampura during second day of his Maihar visit today. Public Relations Minister Mr. Rajendra Shukla and MP Mr. Ganesh Singh were also present on the occasion. The Chief Minister said that lands of farmers were acquired for construction of Bansagar dam. On recession of water from their lands, oustee farmers will have right to till them. Besides, projects will also be chalked out to provide employment sources to people in Bansagar resettlement area. The Chief Minister assured that all basic facilities will be provided in these villages.

Mr. Chouhan said that villages will also be made Smart like cities having 24X7 electricity, piped water scheme and all other basic amenities like education, health etc. He announced opening of middle schools at villages Dharampura and Amiliya. The Chief Minister also announced construction of a better school building at village Latagaon and start X and XII classes in Badera school from next session.

The Chief Minister directed to construct roads and ensure drinking water, education and health facilities in hilly area by chalking out a package. Former MLA Mr. Narayan Tripathi handed over a memorandum comprising demands of oustees and people of hilly area. At the outset, the Chief Minister performed Kanya Poojan. Zila Panchayat President Mrs. Sudha Singh and MLA Mr. Shankarlal Tiwari were also present on the occasion.