Agencies, Indore, MP, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today admitted that more needs to be done to improve the state of education and health sectors notwithstanding his three terms.
“Composite measures will be mounted in these sectors,” said Mr Chouhan while discussing achievements carried out in his 13-year-long tenure with media here.
Elaborating on steps taken in education and health sectors, he said that the regime has established several medical colleges and is planning to set up more with the objective of increasing the number of doctors.
Commenting on increasing debt burden, Mr Chouhan said that carrying out development by availing loans is a sound policy.
On rising number of rape incidents, he recounted steps taken by the dispensation including framing a legislation for providing death penalty to convicts found guilty of sexually assaulting girls below 12 years of age.
Rubbishing allegations by the Congress over the regime taking out the ‘Jan Ashirwad Yatra’ on a chariot costing Rs 2.5 crore, he said that the Congress knew only to oppose. Speaking about Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s scheduled visit to Indore, Mr Chouhan said that he is welcome in the city.