Mungawali Area to become Model of Development: CM

26 Dec 2017
Mungawali Area to become Model of Development: CM

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the Mungawlai are of Ashoknagar district will be made model of development. CM Chouhan was addressing the Beneficiaries’ Convention cum Training Programme during the Vikas Yatra at village Piprai of Mungalwali block-district Ashoknagar today. He mentioned that this area will be transformed into a model area by planned implementation of development schemes. While making announcement for starting new government colleges at Piprai, Sahrai and Shadhoura from the next academic session, CM Chouhan stated that art and science classes will be started in these colleges. Free college education facility will be provided to the children of families, who are living below the poverty line. Informing about the Mukhya Mantri Medhavi Chhatra Protsahan Yojana. CM Chouhan mentioned that Madhya Pradesh will progress, if children progress.

New Samadhan Yojana for Farmers

CM Chouhan mentioned that the Madhya Pradesh Vikas Yatra is being undertaken with the basic objective to ensure welfare of all the sections of the society. He informed that the government is going to implement a new Samadhan Yojana shortly in the interest of the farmers. Under the scheme, loan will be provided at zero percent interest rate. The compound interest and basic interest of the farmers will be waived off. CM Chouhan further said that the difference amount under the Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana will be deposited in the bank accounts of the farmers, if rates of gram crops comes down. He told the children of the farmers to establish agriculture industries by obtaining loan of Rs. 10 lakh to 2 crore under the Yuva Krishak Yojana. The bank guarantee against the loan will be provided by Madhya Pardesh Government, he added.

Moreover, CM Chouhan stated that Poor Welfare Agenda has been made for the welfare of poor. Benefit of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana will be provided to each poor family of the state by giving land pattas. He further mentioned that an amount of Rs. One lakh 20 thousand for construction of house and Rs. 12 thousand for construction of toilet is being given under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Mission. Remuneration will also be provided under the MNREGA, if a person does labour to construct his/her won house. He mentioned that gas connections are being provided to the women constantly under the Pradhan Mantri Ujjawala Yojana. CM Chouhan informed that fixed electricity amount will be decided now to provide relief to the poor.

Announcements for Area’s Development

Chief Minister  Chouhan made announcements for starting Nal-Jal Yojana costing Rs. 4 crore 2 lakh 14 thousand to eradicate salty water problem in Piprai area, construction of sanskratik bhavan at Piprai, installation Rani Avanti Bai’s statues in Chanderi and Mungwali, sanctioning Rs. 5 crore for construction of grand structure of Karila Mata Mandir and development works, for providing benefit to 55 villages by lifting rrigation water from Rajghat Project, arrangement for supplying water to villages of Sahrai on the other side of Piprai and to give nagar panchayat status to Piprai.

Dedicates and Lays foundation of Development Works costing Rs. 2362.52 Lakh

Chief Minister Chouhan dedicated and laid foundation of development works costing Rs. 2362.52 lakh for the development of Piprai area, which include dedication of 7 development works worth Rs. 862.49 lakh and foundation laying of 7 development works costing Rs. 1500.03 lakh. He also distributed benefit of Rs. 31489.20 lakh to 1,04,293 beneficiaries under the various scshems of the government.

CM Chouhan while interacting large gathering at the programme site, heard their grievances and received applications. He mentioned that each application will be redressed.

Minister for Home and Transport Shri Bhupendra Singh, District In-Charge Minister Shri Jaibhan Singh Pawaiyya, Minister for Public Works Shri Rampal Singh, MLA Shri Gopilal Jatav, President Jila Panchayat Smt. Baisahab Yadav, Public Representatives and villagers in large number were present in the programme