Chief Minister Chouhan visits deceased farmers home in Mandsaur and Neemuch

14 Jun 2017
Chief Minister Chouhan visits deceased farmers home in Mandsaur and Neemuch

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today visited residences of farmers, who died in the farmers protest in Mandsaur and Neemuch. The Chief Minister paid tributes to the deceased farmers and expressed condolences to bereaved families. CM Chouhan said that strict action will be taken against those responsible for the incident. The State Government stood by them at the time of grief. He assured every possible help to family members of deceased farmers.

 Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reached first village Badwan of Mandsaur district and met father of farmer late Shri Ghanshyam Dhakar, Shri Durgalal Dhakar and wife Smt Rekha Bai. The Chief Minister consoled to victim's family. He said that ex-gratia of Rs one crore has been given in their bank account.

 After this, the Chief Minister reached village Lodh and expressed condolences to father of farmer late Shri Satyanarayan, Shri Mangilal. Mangilal told the Chief Minister that their land has been kept mortgaged, then he said that don't worry, the land will be freed. He told that the government has sanctioned Rs one crore for compensation and the amount will be paid in bank account. Anybody in the family is eligible, will be given government job.

 Chief Minister Chouhan assured every possible help to mother of late Abhishek Patidar, Rukabai Patidar, reaching village Barkhera Panth in the district. The Chief Minister expressed condolences to Madhusudan Patidar and Sandip patidar, brothers of the deceased.

 The Chief Minister reached Pipliya Mandi of Mandsaur district in the afternoon and met victims, whose shops and houses were burnt on June 6, 2017 during the protest by some elements. The Chief Minister assured them not to worry. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan visited cosmetic shop of Shri Anil, son of Bhanwarlal Jain in Pipliamandi first.

 Chief Minister Chouhan reached a selection centre in Pipliamandi and gave solace to shop owner. Chief Minister Chouhan also visited one shop at main market and gave solace to the shop owner. The Chief Minister inspected Porwal Motors at Manasa Road in Pipliamandi. Show proprietor Shri Pravin son of Kailash Farakya told that arson caused heavy damage in showroom. The Chief Minister gave solace to him and assured appropriate compensation.

 Chief Minister Chouhan expressed condolences to family members of 21 year old Shri Punamchand, alias Bablu Patidar, at residence in village Takravad of the district. He saw the loss caused to business establishments due to farmers' protest in Suvasara and discussed with farmers.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reached village Chillaud of Mandsaur district. There, he paid tributes to deceased farmer Shri Kanhaiyalal Patidar at his home. He assured wife of the deceased Sumitrabai that the daughter Puja will be given government job. He also consoled son Jitendra. Chief Minister said that they should not be worried, farmers will be given full security. If anybody will try to harass them or threaten them, strict action will be against them.

Chief Minister Chouhan meets family members of late Shri Kamlesh Jain

 Chief Minister Chouhan met family members of journalist late Shri Kamlesh Jain in Pipliamandi city. He took the stock of the incident. Expressing condolences, he assured that strict punishment will be ensured to the accused.

In Neemuch district

 Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, paying tributes to farmer late Shri Chainsukh Patidar in village Nayakhera of Neemuch district, condoled his father Shri Ganpatlal Patidar. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan met deceased's mother Manjubai, wife Pushpabai and brother Govind Patidar and condoled them. On the demand of deceased's sisters for punishment to the accused, the Chief Minister said that guilty won't be spared by conducting judicial inquiry. The Chief Minister said that the name of the road of the village will be on the name of deceased Chainsukh Patidar.