Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan talked frankly with the general public and representatives of various organisations who came to meet him during his stay in Budhni on Thursday. During the hours, the Chief Minister did not disappoint anyone.
The Chief Minister first interacted with the artisans making wooden toys. After listening carefully to the concerns of all the artisans, he also resolved them. The Chief Minister directed the Collector to abolish the fees charged by the Forest Department on wood, form a committee of artisans, give training to the youths and solve the problems related to electricity bills. After talking to the organization of small vendors, he instructed the collector to open the Bhopal-Nagpur road so that they can do business as before.
Apart from bar association, Budhni Vyapari Sangh, Nagar Parishad Sangh etc, heads of many societies from different villages met the Chief Minister and apprised him of their demands.
Sisters of many women self-help groups also met Chief Minister Chouhan. The women also presented the products made by the group to the Chief Minister. The Chief Minister said that all 800 self-help groups of Budhni would be provided funds for their work. Later, the Chief Minister also went among the public and he himself took their applications.