De-addiction campaign of Keer Samaj inspiration for other sections: CM

23 Dec 2017
De-addiction campaign of Keer Samaj inspiration for other sections: CM

Lauding the de-addiction campaign launched by Keer Samaj, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that this campaign will become an inspiration for other sections also. While addressing a de-addiction and cleanliness campaign of Keer Samaj and Yuvak-Yuvati Parichay Sammelan in Nasrullaganj of Sehore district today, he made an appeal to educate girls and boys, not to discriminate between boys and girls and organize tree plantations once in a year.

CM Chouhan said that the state government is making arrangements for good education and assured employment for youths. Every year 7.5 lakh youths will be assisted in establishing their own enterprises. For this they will be imparted training in various fields. Loans will be made available to them for self-employment. The CM said that a massive scale programme is being prepared by the state government for skill upgradation of youths. Giving information about the Medhavi Chhatra Protsahan Yojana CM Chouhan told that from next year students scoring 70 percent marks will also be able to avail benefits of the scheme. Terming rapists and those misbehaving with girls and women as a blot on the society, CM Chouhan said that state government has made provision for death penalty for such criminals.

Sehore district minister in charge Shri Rampal Singh, MARKFED Chairman Shri Ramakant Bhargav, Forest Development Corporation Chairman Shri Guruprasad Sharma, District Panchayat President Smt. Urmila Maretha, senior administrative officers and representatives of Keer Samaj from all over the state were present on the occasion