Every Village to be Connected with Pucca Road

25 Nov 2017
Every Village to be Connected with Pucca Road

Every village of Madhya Pradesh will be connected with pucca roads. All the Majras-Tolas of the state will be illuminated with electricity by December- 2018. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that in Vikas Yatra cum Antodaya Mela held at Pathariya of district Damoh.

CM Chouhan mentioned that land rights campaign will be conducted in the state from January 26. Land rights for dwelling will be given to all the eligible landless persons during the campaign. He further informed that houses under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana will be provided to all the eligible families till 2022. CM Chouhan stated that sand mines will not be auctioned now. Mines will be handed over to the panchayats. Royalty has been brought down to Rs. 125 in place of Rs. 900. Contractor ship has been abolished.

Kirti Mishra Gets Bhavantar Amount of Rs. One lakh 13 Thousand

CM Chouhan informed that an amount of Rs. 135 crora has been transferred in the bank accounts of the farmers, who have sold Kharif crops under the Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana, during the period October 16 to 31. He said that the difference amount of Rs. One lakh 13 thousand to the farmer Kirti Mishra, Rs. One lakh One Thousand to Parshuram Patel, Rs. One lakh to Jagdish Patel and Rs. One lakh 10 thousand to Ratan Lodhi has been paid. CM Chouhan mentioned that the governments of other states are studying this scheme.

CM Chouhan further stated that irrigation facility was available on 5,860 hectare area of Damoh district in 2003, now irrigation facility is being provided on 51 thousand hectare area. He informed that the irrigation facility will be provided shortly on over One lakh hectare area after the completion of Judi, Sajli, Satdharu and Pancham Nagar irrigation schemes. CM Chouhan said that readymade uniforms will be provided to the children. Uniforms and nutritious food will be prepared by the women self help groups. He also gave information on the Mukhya Mantri Medhavi Vidhyarthi Protsahan Yojana and presented cheques to the beneficiaries of various government schemes.


Chief Minister Chouhan made an announcement for opening an I.T.I. at Batiyaghad and starting of post graduate courses in Pathariya College as per the requirement. Moreover, CM Chouhan performed bhoomi poojan of development works worth Rs. 1019 crore and dedicated development works costing Rs. 109 crore in Antodaya Mela.

Minister for Panchayat and Rural Development Shri Gopal Bhargava said that benefits of all the schemes are being given to the beneficiaries in Antodaya Mela. He mentioned that the beneficiaries do not visit Janpad and Jila Panchayat repeatedly now. Minister for Finance Shri Jayant Mallayya, Member of Parliament Shri Prahalad Patel and other Public Representatives were present on the occasion.