CM Chouhan gives gift to Indore in Beneficiaries meet

03 Jan 2018
CM Chouhan gives gift to Indore in Beneficiaries meet

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today performed bhoomi-pujan and dedicated of construction works worth several crores at the huge beneficiaries meeting organized at Vidhan Sabha no.5 at Indore. He announced to approve Rs 40.50 crore for construction of a six-lane flyover bridge over Pipalyahana square on the demand of local MLA Shri Mahendra Hardia. He also announced construction of a flyover bridge on Ring Road situated in Bangali Chouraha at a cost of Rs 28 crores. On the occasion he said that Tulsi Nagar Colony, Ayodhyapuri and Pushpvihar Colony will be declared legal colonies for which he announced to hold a meeting very soon to seek approval. Indore Mayor Smt. Malini Goud, MLA Smt. Usha Thakur, Madhya Pradesh Housing Board Chairman Shri Krishna Murari Moghe, Indore Development Authority Shri Shankar Lalwani and other peoples’ representatives and corporators were present in the programme. CM Chouhan announced that the Devi Ahilya Memorial will be constructed in Indore by Indore Development Authority.

In his address CM Chouhan lauded the works of Indore MLA Shri Hardia and honoured him with a letter of felicitation. He said that thousands of people of his Vidhan Sabha constituency have benefitted from government schemes due to Shri Hardia’s efforts. He said that people of Indore have become much aware towards cleanliness and in the new survey it will be again on Number one. CM Chouhan presented certificates of Ladli Lakshmi Yojana to four girls during the programme.

Earlier local MLA Shri Hardia, in his welcome address said that the state is developing at a very fast pace under CM Chouhan’s leadership. He said that out of 28 over head tanks approved for Indore city, 8 have been approved for Vidhan Sabha number 5.

Mayor Smt. Gaud said in her address that the state government was working for the welfare of the poor following the path shown by Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay. He said that poverty is no longer a hindrance in the way of higher education of outstanding students. Students from the poor section are studying abroad under state government schemes. Government is paying fees for the education of talented children in higher education institutes. He said that Madhya Pradesh is bagging Krishi Karman Award for the last four consecutive years. Madhya Pradesh has moved ahead in providing basic amenities like power, road and irrigation.

Inauguration of construction works

The construction works for which bhoomi-pujan was performed by CM Chouhan at the Beneficiaries meet organized in Vidhan Sabha number 5 in Indore include laying of Rs 81.95 crore pipeline and overhead tank, Rs 14.30 crore road and organic fertilizer pit, linking of Rs 1.64 crore secondary line with primary sewer line etc. Besides this the works that were dedicated include Rs 1.55 crore water supply scheme, Rs 3.10 crore community building and work of connecting Rs 1.78 crore secondary line with Primary sewer line under drainage department