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Government schemes bring a smile on faces of beneficiaries

07 Jul 2018

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan distributed the certificates of claims amount of Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme Kharif -2017 and Vikas Parv of cities in a programme in Bamora Maidan of Sagar on July 7. Happiness on the beneficiaries' face was visible during this.

Expressing happiness, a farmer of Devri Tehsil of Samanpurseth of Sagar district, Prabhu Dayal, son of Shyamlal said that he is fortunate that the Chief Minister gave me the claim amount for Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme Kharif-17 here. He received a sanction letter of Rs one lakh 92 thousand 45. He said that the government is working in the interest of farmers. The farmers are very happy. He said that we earlier the farmers got Rs 100-400 for crop loss that has increased manifold.

Keshav Patel of village Baraaru says

Madhya Pradesh government is a farmer-friendly government. The government is working good, providing insurance claim and incentive on minimum support price for the better price of crops. Expressing happiness, Dhanvanti Lodhi, Kamlesh Thakur, Neha Sen, Rani Shaikh, Ramnath Kori and patta receiving beneficiary Chhotelal and Mona Ahirwar etc. thanked the government. Here, Vimla, Pushpa Verma, Kamlabai got assistance for Antyeshti Sahayata and two lakh in Sambal Yojana. Expressing gratitude toward the Chief Minister, the beneficiaries said that Sambal Yojana became a big support for us at the time of crisis.

Chief Minister talks to citizens of 16 cities and beneficiaries

During the programme, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan inaugurated and performed Bhoomi Pujan on E-portal for development works in 16 urban bodies of the state. He also distributed claim amounts to beneficiaries under Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme. On the occasion, he spoke with the citizens and beneficiaries present in different urban bodies through a live broadcast.

On the live-broadcast, Sunita Rathore from Manasa Civic body said that she got a permanent house under Prime Minister Housing Scheme. She and her family now live in clean, pucca house.

Punit Chaudhary from Dewas said that now he can go to college without any difficulty in transportation after the start of bus services started under Seva Sutra. The beneficiaries thanked the chief minister and state government for the various schemes.