Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that PESA mobilizers and public service friends should play the role of catalysts in the efforts of the government to improve the lives of the people of the state. Give the people the benefit of the welfare schemes of the government and get the feeling of joy.
Chouhan was discussing with PESA mobilizers and public service friends at Balipur village near Manawar in Dhar district. He not only explained about the PESA Act but other flagship schemes including the recently launched Ladli Bahna Yojana and urged them to study all the schemes thoroughly. Find the characters of the scheme and help to get the benefits.
The Chief Minister said that camps will be organized in every village and every ward of urban areas to provide benefits of Ladli Bahna Yojana. In these camps, the sisters have to be helped in filling the applications. The administration will also cooperate in this. Make the public aware. See that middlemen do not flourish, this is a very important task. Do it with all seriousness.
The Chief Minister presented a citation to Suresh father Kanha of Gulati village for the use of Nano Urea in cotton and gram crops for the last two years and for saving the expenditure on chemical fertilizers as well as increasing the production. Apart from this, Shankarlal Kag, the primary teacher of Gulati village, personally gave a citation for taking personal interest and spending part of the salary in the work done for the convenience of the students studying in the school. Anganwadi worker Kumari Aarti of Parkhar village was honored by the Chief Minister with a citation for her excellent work in malnutrition prevention.
Industrial Policy Investment and Promotion Minister Rajvardhan Singh Dattigaon, Public Health and Family Welfare and District Incharge Minister Dr. Prabhuram Chaudhary, Animal Husbandry and Social Justice Minister Prem Singh Patel, MP Chhatar Singh Darbar, Gajendra Singh, Dr. Sumer Singh Solanki Including public representatives, officers and a large number of PESA mobilizers and public service friends were present.