Thandla to be relieved of poverty: CM Chouhan

04 Jun 2017
Thandla to be relieved of poverty: CM Chouhan

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today dedicated a barrage constructed on Padmavati river at a cost of Rs 486.00 lakh under Chief Minister’s Urban Drinking Water Scheme. He also performed bhoomi-pujan of C.C Road being constructed at a cost of Rs 179.00 lakh in the district under Panch Parmeshwar Yojana and R.C.C nullah construction work at a cost of Rs 107.37 lakh in different wards of the city under Chief Minister’s Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme in Thandla.

Addressing the beneficiaries meeting at Thandla, Chief Minister Chouhan lauded the residents of the block and the administrative team for freeing Thandla block from open defecation and also announced to free the block from poverty soon. He said that to get Thandla block free from poverty, every family will be provided with a pucca house, a gas connection and an income of Rs 10,000 per month. Each family will be connected with such activities for means of livelihood that free them from the clutches of poverty. Families will be provided aid so that they are able to contribute in the development of state and the country.

Shivraj Singh Chouhan reached Chainpura village of Meghnagar block to inspect Valmiki gaushala. The Chief Minister inaugurated the plantation work by planting a jackfruit sapling on the mountains.

CM visits MLA Shri Bhabhars family

Chief Minister Chouhan reached Thandla Vidhan Sabha constituency MLA, Shri Kalsingh Bhabhar’s ancestral village Chainpura and expressed his condolences over the untimely demise of Shri Bhabhar’s son due to heart attack and prayed to God to grant strength to the bereaved family to bear the loss.