Bhopal : Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that recruitment on government jobs will be started soon in the state. In factories also, 75 percent vacancies will be filled with youths of the state. He will not allow any shortage of funds of any kind in the development of Anuppur district. We will create a distinct identity of the district. The Chief Minister Shri Chouhan dedicated and performed bhumi-pujan of construction works costing over Rs. 302 crore 17 lakh in Anuppur district today.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan has said that the holy Narmada River originates from Anuppur district, which is a lifeline for the people of Madhya Pradesh. No stone will be left unturned for the development of Anuppur district. Shri Chouhan further stated that now no one will remain starved on the land of Madhya Pradesh. Eligibility slips will be distributed soon to provide ration to new 37 lakh eligible people. He mentioned that rescue operation was conducted in flood hit districts of Madhya Pradesh and lives of 13 thousand people were saved. CM Shri Chouhan said that besides relief amount to those farmers, whose crops were damaged due to floods and heavy rains, amount towards crops insurance will also be given to them.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan has said that working capital of Rs. 10 thousand is being made available to hand cart operators, fruits and vegetables vendors, labourers and rickshaw drivers, who have lost their jobs because of corona crisis in the state. The interest on this will be borne by the government. With this scheme, the poor class will be able to begin their jobs again to make their both ends meet. The Chief Minister further added that the schemes like Sambal, implemented previously had been stopped. These schemes have been started again. Eligible beneficiaries are being benefitting under these schemes.
Bhumi Pujan and Dedication of Development works
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan dedicated and performed bhumi-pujan of development works worth Rs. 302.17 crore at the premises of Government Excellence School, Anuppur.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan laid foundation stone of the expansion work of district hospital costing Rs. 17 crore 29 lakh, construction works of Jaithari-Mahuda-Parasi-Jamuna route of 25.50 k.m length costing Rs. 33 crore 10 lakh, construction works from NH-43 to Bamhani (Via-Semaria) route of 21.24 k.m. length worth Rs. 15 crore 9 lakh and works of irrigation project costing Rs. 20 crore 59 lakh of Dhanpuri and Cholna reservoirs. These irrigation projects will facilitate expansion of irrigation in 920 hectare area of Dhanpuri, Dhangawan, Majhgawan, Cholna, Podi and Chodhi villages.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan performed bhumi-pujan of tap-water schemes costing Rs. 16 crore 85 lakh for 15 villages. The above mentioned projects will benefit total 39 thousand 561 population of Beed, Bakhi, Dhiroul, Cholna, Padriya, Phunga, Patnakala, Daikhal, Kushiyara, Kadam Tola, Chhilpa, Padour, Pasla, Badra and Bendi village. Total 7970 families of these villages will be benefitted by the functional domestic water connections. The work of the tap-water schemes will be completed in a time period of 6 months.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan inaugurated the construction work of railway over bridge, costing Rs. 12 crore One lakh in Anuppur city. Along with this, he performed bhumi-pujan of the most modern facilities equipped auditorium, costing Rs. One crore 9 lakh in Government Eklavya School, Gou-shalas costing Rs. 76 lakh in Kukargod and Harri villages and construction of nursery worth Rs. 51 lakh in Sonmouhri. Shri Chouhan dedicated Anuppur-Jaithari-Venkatnagar ( Length-40.60 k.m) worth Rs. 68 crore 25 lakh, constructed by Public Works Department, Kotma-Jaithari-Rajendragram (Via- Dharmdas route) length 52.20 k.m. costing Rs. 115 crore 25 lakh, constructed by MPRDC, Gou-shala costing Rs. 54 lakh in Kolmi and Bakeli villages, Child reform home and boundary wall constructed at a cost of Rs. 19 lakh in District Headquarters Anuppur.
Programme started with Kanyapujan
Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan dedicated and laid the foundation of development works after Kanyapujan. He also prayed for the prosperity of the entire state including Anuppur.
Meritorious girls honoured
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan honoured meritorious student Palak Gautam for securing the 8th position in the state and highest marks in the district in the Higher Secondary Examination, and Mandakini Patel for scoring the highest marks in the district in the high school examination. Both the students were given prize money of Rs. five thousand each under Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao Yojana.
E-certificate to young Preksha
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan gave an e-certificate of Rs. one lakh 18 thousand under Ladli Laxmi Yojana to Preksha Marco and blessed and wished her a bright future.
Rs two lakh ex-gratia to Vimla Singh
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan provided a letter of approval of Rs2 lakh ex-gratia amount to Vimla Singh under Sambal Yojana. Her husband Devkaran Singh had died a natural death.
Forest rights patta to Lilabai and Sushila Baiga
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan distributed forest rights pattas to Lilabai and Sushila Baiga of Badra village. It may be noted that forest rights claims have been sanctioned to 772 persons in the district so far.
Grant of Rs 9.20 lakh to farmer Vijay
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan provided a grant of Rs 9.20 lakhs for purchase of agricultural equipment under the Custom Hiring Scheme to Vijaykumar Jaiswal, a progressive farmer of Paudi village.
Union Minister of State for Steel Shri Faggan Singh Kulaste said that the development of Madhya Pradesh has gained momentum under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan has made significant contribution in the development of Anuppur district. The people of the state are benefiting from the schemes launched by them. Many schemes have been relaunched in the state after Shri Chouhan resumed back as Chief Minister. This has brought happiness in the people of the state. He said that the future of the state is bright under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Chouhan.
Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Minister Shri Bisahulal Singh said that Madhya Pradesh government is a government that works for development. He said that works of about Rs 350 crore have been undertaken in Anuppur area in the last 5 months.
Similarly, the Jaithari-Mahuda-Parasi-Jamuna road is being constructed at a cost of Rs 33 crore 10 lakh. He said that work is also being done to provide water to every house in the state by 2023. Tap-water schemes are being launched in about 25 villages in Anuppur district. He said that eligibility slips are being made of about 37 lakh people of Madhya Pradesh who had no slips.
Scheduled Caste Welfare and Tribal Affairs Minister Sushri Meena Singh, MP Shahdol Sushri Himadri Singh, former Minister and MLA Rewa Shri Rajendra Shukla, along with other MLAs and public representatives were present.