Bhopal : Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the Mahila Samman Abhiyan is being conducted by the state government in collaboration with the society to protect the honour of girls and women. The general public must extend support to the campaign. The Freedom of Religion Bill 2020 has been passed by the state government for the protection of girls and women. The people of the state are our God. For them, I am soft like a flower for them, and hard as thunderbolt for goons ad miscreants. Mafia will be destroyed in the state. The government has decided to provide the farmers and poor people with their rights and benefits of government schemes so that the state can progress at a faast pace. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was addressing a programme organized at Beohari district headquarters of Shahdol district.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan administered the oath to the people present on the occasion to support the development of Madhya Pradesh and urged them to assist state government in de-addiction and to save the dignity of women. Shri Chouhan said that the state government was formed during the Corona period, during which all arrangements for prevention of Corona infection were made. Now the state government is working with the resolve to provide food, clothing, shelter, education, and medicines to every poor in the state. Yearly Samman Nidhi of Rs. 6000 is being given to farmers by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and a Samman Nidhi of Rs. 4000 is given by the state government which totals to Rs 10 thousand. He said that treatment is being ensured to every person, pucca houses to every poor by the year 2024 and water through tap-water scheme in every house is being provided under the Ayushman Yojana.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan performed bhoomi-pujan of 46 works costing Rs 48 crore 29 lakh 28 thousand in Beohari. Along with this, he also dedicated 547 construction works worth Rs 24 crore 45 lakh and 58 thousand. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan distributed benefits worth Rs 14 crore 66 lakh to 9,324 beneficiaries of various welfare schemes in the programme. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan released the booklet “Aapada ko badla avsar mein” in Shahdol district.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan announced several gifts for the development of Beohari assembly constituency. While dedicating construction of a bridge of 37/10 km of Vijay Sota in Sone river on the Beohari-Katni road, he also spoke about the approval of a second bridge. The cost of this bridge is Rs 112 crores. With the construction of the bridge, the distance from Beohari to Katni will be reduced by 40 km. He announced to give municipality status to Beohari, Post-Graduate College status to Beohari College, opening of a new college in the rural area of Beohari Assembly, resolving problems of migrants of Bansagar, making all arrangements for protection of the common man from wildlife, providing micro irrigation facility after conducting survey for irrigation, beginning ITI in Beohari, establishment of domestic and small scale industries and construction of roads one by one.
Tribal Affairs Minister Sushri Meena Singh, MP Smt. Reeti Pathak, MLA Shri Jai Singh Marawi, Shri Sharad Kumar Col, Sushri. Manisha Singh, former MLA Shri Bali Singh, Shri Jairam Singh Marco and Shri Kamal Pratap Singh were present. The programme started with kanya-pujan.
CM visit MLA Shri Col’s house to enquire about his ailing father
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan visited the residence of regional MLA Shri Sharad Kumar Cole during his stay in Beohari in Shahdol district, enquired about the health of his ailing father Shri Juglal Cole and wished God to get well soon.