Today’s youth have immense power: Chief Minister Chouhan
Rs 64.03 crore distributed among 32,309 farmers registered under the scheme
CHIEF Minister Shivraj Singh said that youths possess immense power. There is no task in the world which youths cannot accomplish. Youths can perform miracles, if they get sufficient facilities and opportunities. They can bring laurels to the family, State and country. CM Chouhan was addressing Yuva Diwas Samaroh and Bhavantar Yojana programme on the occasion of Swami Vivekananda Jayanti at Chhindwara on Friday.
Certificates of Bhavantar Rashi worth Rs 64,03,43,279 were distributed to registered 32,309 farmers and amount has been deposited in bank accounts of the farmers by pressing an electronic system button by Chief Minister Chouhan under Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana. He performed bhoomipoojan and dedicated schemes worth of Rs 24.58 crore and distributed cheques of loan and subsidy amount besides certificates of various schemes to the beneficiaries.
In the beginning Chouhan performed gau poojan and kanya poojan. He said that girls are like Devis in Indian culture. Give respect to the daughters like son. Moreover, he informed in detail about the reservation made for girls in Government jobs and said that the Act, passed in Assembly to give capital punishment to the culprits involved in heinous crimes with girls has been sent to the President of India for approval. Mentioning to make the agriculture a profitable occupation, in context to the Pench Diversion Scheme, he informed that area of irrigation will be increased by conducting a survey regarding Micro Irrigation by examining this project. Moreover, Chouhan mentioned that impressed by the success of Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana, teams of Centre and other States are visiting State to obtain information about this scheme. Keeping in view the benefit of farmers, this scheme will become a role model for the entire country.
CM Chouhan stated that farmers are receiving loans at the rate of 18 per cent interest earlier, now interest free loan is being provided to the farmers by gradually reducing the interest rate besides 10 per cent agriculture subsidy. While informing about the financial assistance given during natural calamities, progress about the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana and future action plan, CM Chouhan mentioned that activity to prepare meal under Take Home Scheme will be given to women self-help groups (SHGs) for women empowerment. Beside, loan facility, guarantee against loan will be provided to women by constituting a women federation. About Rs 250 crore will be deposited in the bank accounts of farmers under this effort. CM Chouhan said that stitched uniform will be given to the students now. For this, employment will be provided to women through federation of women self-help groups and about Rs 250 crore will be deposited in their bank accounts for this activity also.
Chief Minister’s gifts to Chhindwara: Chief Minister Chouhan said that a special package will be given for road connectivity in villages under the Chhindwara Municipal Corporation. All these villages will be connected with pucca roads by end of the year. He further told to give land pattas to the landless people, for laying gravity pipeline from Kanhargaon to Chhindwara and for constructing model road from Lalbagh to Narsinghpur road till Dharam Tekri. Moreover, CM Chouhan made announcement of Rs 1 crore for construction of sports grounds in rural areas, to initiate process for construction of stadium in Chhindwara, Rs 5 crore to repair roads and asphalting. Moreover, CM Chouhan told officials to make village Bhulamohgaon, which comes under Pench Diversion Project’s Submergence area as revenue village by solving the rehabilitation problem and to open primary and middle school in this village. While making announcement for opening of Horticulture College in Chhindwara, he said that efforts should be made to bring Chhindwara ahead in sanitation, development and education sector.
Present such an example of Chhindwara’s development so that the citizens of the district besides entire country feel pride about it. Chief Minister Chouhan lauded Deendayal Rasoi being functional under the Deendayal Rasoi Yojana at Chhindwara and also dedicated roti making machine worth of Rs 3.50 lakh. He also presented ISO certificate to Godhuli Ashram and Deendayal Antodaya Rasoi on the occasion. CM Chouhan inaugurated campaign being carried out to take signatures on 1,100 meter long cloth for women’s dignity and safety and released post card of Swachchta Survekshan 2018.
Minister for Farmers Welfare, Agriculture Development and Minister District In-Charge Gourishankar Bisen, President Zila Panchayat Kanta Thakur, Mayor Kanta Sadarang, Chairman Bhariya Development Authority Smt Urmila Bharti, Vice Chairman of Mahakoushal Development Authority Santosh Jain, MLAs Chowdhary Chandrabhan Singh, Nanabhau Mohod, Pt Ramesh Dubey, Natthan Shah Kavreti, Vice Chairman Zila Panchayat Shilander Raghuvanshi, Chairman Municipal Corporation Dharmendra Miglani, Chairman District Cooperative Central Bank Marotrao Khavse, Chairman Krishi Upaj Mandi Shri Sheshrao Yadav, Chairperson Agriculture Permanent Committee of Zila Panchayat Manvati Shah Ivnati, President Nagar Panchayat Piplanaranvar Raju Parmar. Other Public Representatives beside eminent citizens and people in large number were present on the occasion.