Chief MinisterShivraj Singh Chouhan has said that every citizen should contribute for the progress and development of Madhya Pradesh.
Citizens of Madhya Pradesh should adopt any one noble cause. These include planting trees, environmental protection, saving water, saving electricity, de-addiction.
Chief Minister Chouhan was addressing the public after unfurled the national flag at the Republic Day function at the Garrison Ground in Jabalpur on Thursday.
He said we will take Madhya Pradesh forward only with the cooperation of the people. Every citizen should contribute his best. Build a self-reliant Madhya Pradesh with the mantra of public participation. We have to make Madhya Pradesh with everyone’s cooperation with the government. 17 crore hands of eight and a half crore citizens of the state should come forward and cooperate in fulfilling the goal of a developed Madhya Pradesh.
Chief Minister Chouhan was addressing the public after unfurling the national flag at the Republic Day function at Garrison Ground in Jabalpur today.
Corridor of Narmada Maiya, ferries will be interconnected
Chief Minister Chouhan said that he is happy after coming to Jabalpur, the land of culture. Got an opportunity to visit Narmada ji’s Ghat yesterday evening. Narmada Maiya blesses all of us. Corridor of Narmada Ghats of Jabalpur will be made. Along with the work of upgrading the Ghats of Narmada, the Narmada Path will be developed by connecting them with each other. Different Narmada Parikrama paths will be built in three phases.
Development of industrial sector
Chief Minister Chouhan said that multi-pronged efforts are being made for industrial progress in Madhya Pradesh. Investment proposals worth Rs 15 lakh 40 thousand 550 crore have been received in the Global Investors Summit held recently in Indore. About 29 lakh people will get livelihood from this. Chief Minister Chouhan said that industrial town will be developed in Bhatauli area in Jabalpur. The land has been identified for this. Garment and textile units will be set up. These units are also a strong means of economic upliftment of sisters and daughters. Residential areas will develop in this area. Storage facilities will also be developed. It is our endeavor to implement the concept of Green Field City. Due to the proximity of Ring Road and National Highway in this area of Jabalpur, there are good possibilities of industrial development. These possibilities will be realized.
Focus on the development of great skills
Chief Minister Chouhan said that many development works are being done in Mahakaushal zone. The works of irrigation project worth about 66 thousand crores are going on. An amount of 44 thousand crores is being received for the Ken-Betwa project. Work is going on near Sleemanabad on the under-construction tunnel of Bargi Dam. Now water is about to reach Nagaud in Vindhya region. Along with the urban area of Jabalpur, there will be rapid development of nearby rural areas. A ring road is being constructed in Jabalpur at a cost of Rs 3500 crore. State’s second Global Skill Park will be built in Jabalpur. There will be a system to train the youth in this. Skilled youth of the state will go to the countries of the world and render services. All the works to strengthen the infrastructure are going on at a fast pace. There is a resolve to fulfill basic needs in the entire state.
Powerful India is becoming under the leadership of Prime Minister
Chief Minister Chouhan said that a glorious, glorious and powerful India is being built under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. India is the 5th largest economy country in the world. In the coming few years, India’s rank will be third. Prime Minister Shri Modi presented the example of vaccine manufacturing and cooperation to other countries in the world during the Corona period. Today our country is safe from health point of view. To build a self-reliant India, we have to build a self-reliant Madhya Pradesh.
State’s growth rate increasedPer capita income also increased, infrastructure strengthened
Chief Minister Chouhan said that the growth rate of Madhya Pradesh has increased, which is currently 19.76 percent and is the highest. The contribution to the country’s economy has increased from 3.6 percent to 4.6 percent. Similarly, the per capita annual income which was only 13 thousand in the year 2003, has increased to 1 lakh 37 thousand. Strengthening the infrastructure, irrigation, road, electricity, drinking water etc. works were completed. Madhya Pradesh is no longer known for its dilapidated roads but for its excellent roads of 4 lakh km length.
Leader in Renewable Energy
Chief Minister Chouhan said that continuous work is being done in the renewable energy sector in the state. After Rewa’s solar power plant, a floating plant is being set up on the water body of the dam at Omkareshwar. Solar power projects will also be implemented in Neemuch, Shajapur, Chhatarpur and Morena. Earlier there used to be less than 3000 MW electricity in the state, which has now increased more than eight times.
EducationHealth, empowerment of daughters priority
In the field of education, Chief Minister Chouhan has given Rs 25 thousand to CM Rise schools, conducting medical and engineering courses in Hindi, speeding up Ayushman Bharat Yojana by making more than three crore cards, Ladli Laxmi Yojana for admission of daughters in college. Information was also given about the incentive amount and after that the decisions regarding the arrangement of fees for higher education. Chief Minister Chouhan said that those who wrongly see daughters on the land of Madhya Pradesh will not be spared. 42 rapists have been sentenced to death in the state.
Every citizen will get the right to land
Chief Minister Chouhan said that every landless person living in the state will get the right to land. For this, the Chief Minister’s Residential Land Rights Scheme has been started. Each family will get free plot. No poor person will remain without land. Recently, it was started by giving plots to more than 10 thousand people in Tikamgarh. In Singrauli too, plots were given to more than 25 thousand people. The Chief Minister said that the houses of those who built their houses with their hard earned money will not be allowed to remain illegal. Necessary legal provisions are being made for this.
Protection of the interests of farmer-welfare and tribal society
The Chief Minister said that in order to benefit the farmers, an amount of Rs 17 crore was transferred to the accounts of the farmers under the Crop Insurance Scheme in two years. The rights of water, land and forest have been ensured for the tribal brothers and sisters by the PESA law. Many works for the welfare of Scheduled Castes are being started from the upcoming Sant Ravidas Jayanti. From this day onwards, the beginning is also being made to provide benefits of various schemes to the beneficiaries. Beneficiaries identified in Chief Minister’s Public Service Campaign will get benefits of various schemes.
Chief Minister Chouhan listed major achievements
Chief Minister Chouhan also mentioned many achievements of the state. In these, tap water supply to 56 lakh families of the state through Jal Jeevan Mission and this facility will be provided to twice as many families in the coming year, economic upliftment and empowerment of 44 lakh sisters from women self-help groups, Mukhyamantri Yuva Udyami Yojana and 25 hundred The success of youth innovations through more than 100 startups, better law and order arrangements, construction of flyovers in cities, smart city development, better power supply, implementation of Chief Minister Child Heart Treatment Scheme, Chief Minister Child Blessing Scheme.
Remembering the contribution of freedom fighters
Chief Minister Chouhan congratulated the present citizens on Republic Day and Basant Panchami. He remembered the fighters who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the country. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that we all are grateful to the immortal martyrs. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose had said that “You give me blood, I will give you freedom”. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose also spent many days in Jabalpur Jail. Many patriots including Raja Raghunath Shah, Shankar Shah adopted the path of struggle for freedom.
public relations style
Chief Minister Chouhan initially hoisted the national flag on the Republic Day at the Garrison Ground in Jabalpur. The ceremony began with the national anthem. Chief Minister Chouhan inspected the parade and took the salute. Chief Minister Chouhan greeted the general public amidst the sound of Harsh fire. Balloons symbolizing prosperity were released into the sky. Chief Minister Chouhan met freedom fighters and democracy fighters and honored them. Chief Minister Chouhan honored Dr. M.C. Dabur was also honored. Chief Minister Chouhan honored 114 officers and employees of 37 departments. Madhya Pradesh anthem was presented in the program and tableaux based on schemes and achievements were taken out by various departments. Many cultural performances took place. In which impressive folk dances performed by the Baiga tribe living in the Mahakaushal region were presented with the tunes of folk music. Apart from this, Bundeli folk dances were also displayed. Chief Minister Chouhan, after being present throughout the program, also reached among the common people. Pleased with his style of connecting with the general public, citizens also took selfies. Chief Minister Chouhan also honored many personalities. People’s representatives, media representatives, officers-employees, students and a large number of citizens were present in the programme. Presented to the tunes of folk music. Apart from this, Bundeli folk dances were also displayed. Chief Minister Chouhan, after being present throughout the program, also reached among the common people. Pleased with his style of connecting with the general public, citizens also took selfies. Chief Minister Chouhan also honored many personalities. People’s representatives, media representatives, officers-employees, students and a large number of citizens were present in the programme. Presented to the tunes of folk music. Apart from this, Bundeli folk dances were also displayed. Chief Minister Chouhan, after being present throughout the program, also reached among the common people. Pleased with his style of connecting with the general public, citizens also took selfies. Chief Minister Chouhan also honored many personalities. People’s representatives, media representatives, officers-employees, students and a large number of citizens were present in the programme.
The Chief Minister also said:
- Will speed up the development of Mahakaushal.
- Villages of Madhya Pradesh will become the axis of development.
- It is our resolve to make arrangements for irrigation in every inch of land in the state.
- Solar energy will be promoted continuously.
Will give residential plots to 5. landless people. Every poor will get a piece of land.
- Anyone’s house built with hard earned money will not be illegal.
- Will make the youth job givers, not job seekers.
- The government will pay tuition fee to the families of meritorious students whose annual income is less than 8 lakhs.
- The work of strengthening the infrastructure will go on continuously.
- Six Naxalites have been killed in the state in one year, on whom there was a reward of about one crore rupees. The police force deserves congratulations.