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Placement Arrangements for trained ITI candidates to be made

12 Jul 2017
Placement Arrangements for trained ITI candidates to be made

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan while dedicating the newly constructed building of ITI at Shujalpur said that employment is necessary besides education. Qualitative improvement is being made in ITI training so that trainees can get job after the training. Employment opportunities are available in private sector after training in ITI. Arrangements for placement will be made by the state government for trainees. The Chief Minister said that the state government will provide guarantee for loan for self employment and provide 15 percent subsidy and pay five percent interest for five years.

 Chief Minister Chouhan dedicated newly constructed civil hospital equipped with all modern facilities built at a cost of Rs 3.02 crore, newly constructed ITI building worth Rs 3.50 crore and new government quarters costing Rs 4.77 crore.

Reasonable price to be ensured to farmer's produce

Chief Minister Chouhan addressing public in Akodiya Mandi said that reasonable prices will be ensured to farmers for their produces to strengthen their economic status. The Chief Minister said that decision has been taken to give sixth pay scale to Panchayat secretaries. The government will take into consideration the interests of Aanganwari workers and assistants. CM Chouhan said that the government has target for welfare of every section of the society and we have left no stone unturned in achieving the target. He said that the peace of the state has to be maintained at any cost. CM Chouhan said that I would continue to serve people till my last breath. He called upon people to extend their cooperation for development of the state. The Chief Minister administered resolution that all would move together, maintain peace in Madhya Pradesh and make the progress on the path of development.

 CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that 50 percent posts will be reserved for women in all recruitments now. He said that no person will be without house in the state. Drive will start from December 25 to provide patta to houseless persons. All houseless persons will be made land owners. Fifteen lakh houses will be given to poor in next two years. A drive is going to start from August 15 to provide copy of land account to farmers at their door step. No case of disputed mutation will be pending. He has issued instructions to

officers that all disputed mutation cases should be solved within next one month. The problem of farmers’ electricity bills will be redressed and effort is being made to provide temporary electricity connection for the period of crop.

Chief Minister Chouhan said that irrigation area has been expanded substantially in the state during the last 10-11 years. Today,irrigation facility is being provided on 40 lakh hectare area. Bumper production of onion has been registered this year. The state government has purchased onion at the rate of Rs. 8 per k.g. In Shajapur district itself, One lakh 22 thousand metric tonne of onion has been purchased at the rate of Rs. 8 per k.g. Moreover, the state government is solving the problems of the farmers concerning payment in mandis. Now whatever cash available in the mandis will be paid to the farmers in cash and balance payment will be deposited in the bank accounts of the farmers through RTGS the next day. He informed that the state government is purchasing Moong, Urad and Arahar on support price. Soybean will also be purchased on support price. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan sanctioned Rs. One crore to each Akodia and Shujalpur mandi for development works. He further mentioned that other grievances of this area will be redressed shortly. Drawing attention towards blackbucks’ problem, Shri Chouhan said that the state government is preparing a project in this regard. This problem will also be solved shortly.

At the outset, CM Chouhan lighted a lamp and performed Kanya poojan. He also honoured best motivational persons for their contribution in Swachchta Abhiyan on the occasion.

Two Lane Road from Shujalpur to Sarangpur Dedicated

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan dedicated two lane road from Shujalpur to Sarangpur built at a cost of Rs. 110 crore. He also unveiled statues of Maharana Pratap, Bhimrao Ambedkar and dedicated Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya park on the occasion.

As special guests, national convener of Swachha Bharat Mission Shri Makhansingh Chouhan, MP Shri Nandkumar Singh Chouhan, minister of state for technical education and skill development and district in-charge Shri Dipak Joshi, MP Shri Manohar Untwal. MLA Shri Jasvant Singh Hada, Shri Murlidhar Patidar, Shri Arun Bheemawad, Shri Indar Singh Parmar, Shri Narendra Singh Bains , public representatives, officers and prominent persons were present on the occasion.