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Free treatment of poor through Jan-Kalyan Yojana – CM

19 May 2018
Free treatment of poor through Jan-Kalyan Yojana – CM

Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that free arrangements for the treatment of the poor will be made under Mukhya Mantri Jan-kalyan Yojana. Every poor person in the state will get a house to live and electricity will be provided at flat rate in their houses. The future of the children of the poor will not be ruined. The state government will pay fees of the children of poor from Class I to higher education without any discrimination. Under the Skill Upgradation Mission, more and more people will be trained. Shri Chouhan was addressing the tendu patta collectors and labourers conference at village Silari in Pipariya block of Hoshangabad district today.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said during the conference that the state government is working towards achieving the rights for the poor. The Mukhya Mantri Jan-Kalyan Yojana has been implemented in the state for the all round development of the poor only. This scheme has taken care of the interests of every member of a poor family.

CM makes tendu patta collector Kubja Bai wear charan paduka

CM Shri Chouhan made tendu patta collector Kubja Bai wear charan paduka with his own hands, handed her water bottle and sari and a bonus amount cheque of Rs 11 thousand 116 at the tendu patta collectors and labourers conference. He distributed a bonus amount of Rs 6 crore 18 lakhs to about 75 thousand tendu patta collectors of Hoshangabad and Narsinghpur districts. In addition, he also presented the registration certificates to registered unorganized labourers of these districts. Shri Chouhan dedicated the Narmada Drinking Water Augmentation Scheme at a cost of Rs. 27 crore 92 lakhs and performed bhoomi-pujan of Mukhya Mantri Infrastructure Development works worth Rs 3 crore 34 lakhs

Mukhya Mantri Jan-Kalyan Yojana programme on June 13 at Janpad level

CM Shri Chouhan said that Mukhya Mantri Jan-Kalyan Yojana programme will be organized at the Janpad level in the state on June 13. In the program, the benefits of various schemes will be distributed to unorganized labourers registered in the scheme from April 1 to May 30 during the programme. Shri Chouhan said that monitoring of the Yojana will be done at the Panchayat and ward level. For this, a team of 5-5 members each will be formed in each panchayat and ward.

The Chief Minister said that on June 10, an incentive amount at the rate Rs. 265 per quintal will be transferred to the accounts of wheat producing farmers registered under the Mukhya Mantri Krishak Samriddhi Yojana. He said that in addition to this, incentives will be provided in the accounts of farmers for gram, mustard and lentil at the rate of Rs 100 per quintal. The Chief Minister apprised the masses present at the conference about the various public welfare schemes of the state government in detail.

Among those present in the conference were Madhya Pradesh Assembly Speaker, Dr. Sitasaran Sharma, Minister in-charge of Narsinghpur district, Shri Rampal Singh, Minister in-charge of Hoshangabad district, Shri Jalam Singh Patel, District Panchayat President Hoshangabad, Shri Kushal Patel and Narasinghpur District Panchayat President Shri Sandeep Patel, MP Shri Kailash Soni, MLA Sarvashri Sartaj Singh, Vijaypal Singh, Govind Singh Patel, Sanjay Sharma, Kailsah Jatav, Chairman of Madhya Pradesh Laghu Vanopaj Sangh Shri Mahesh Kori, Sarpanchs of gram panchayats, members of Antyodaya committees, other public representatives and a large number of tendu patta collectors and unorganised labourers.

CM organizes a road show in Pipariya

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan organised a road show up to 2 kms from Pipariya of Hoshangabad district to the venue of the tendu patta collectors’ and unorganized labourers conference at village Silari. During this, the Chief Minister accepted the greetings of the general public and social organizations. Shri Chouhan offeredf shramdaan at Pipariya’s lifeline Pasa, Machwasa river during the road show. Pipariya residents also took part in the shramdaan along with the Chief Minister