Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan addressed the Panch-Sarpanch Conference at Chandrasekhar Azad Nagar in Alirajpur district. He reached the birthplace of its former immortal revolutionary Chandrasekhar Azad and paid homage to him. Chouhan said in the conference that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is engaged in building a prosperous and powerful nation. We should all work together in this work.
Chouhan said that he wants to come to this holy land of revolutionary Chandrasekhar Azad every year. The memories of the martyrs will be preserved in the state. He announced the construction of Azad Park and said that it would inspire patriotism among the citizens coming from all over the country. Minister in charge of the district Rajwardhan Singh Dattigaon, MP Guman Singh Damore and other people’s representatives and people’s representatives of rural areas were present in the program.
The Chief Minister said that we have to make Madhya Pradesh self-reliant where social justice can be available to all with social harmony. He said that many schemes have been formulated to meet the basic needs of farmers and villagers like bread, cloth and houses. On the initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, an honor fund is being given to the farmers, in which the Government of Madhya Pradesh is also giving its contribution. The poor are being given free rations and their own house in Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana.
Chouhan described Baira brand of products of women’s self help group in Alirajpur district as a good initiative. He said that women of self help groups will now become more empowered. The work of sewing school uniforms will be done by women only and no contractor will be involved in this work.
Chief Minister Chouhan said that the work of digging wells of Kapil Dhara in the fields of the farmers whose water has not reached the area will be done by running a campaign. He was accompanied by Divisional Commissioner Dr. Instructed Pawan Kumar Sharma that work like naming and distribution of farmers should run smoothly.
Chief Minister Chouhan directed that the students of the area should be given better training at the expense of the government for examinations like NEET and JEE. In the time to come, many opportunities will be provided to provide employment to the youth, including filling up government posts in the backlog. He said that development works in the district would be accelerated and the picture of the area would change positively.