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NRIs should contribute in development of Madhya Pradesh : CM Chouhan

Bhopal : Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has appealed Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) that they should contribute in development of Madhya Pradesh by associating with ‘Friends of MP’. Chief Minister Chouhan was addressing ‘Friends of MP’ – UK Chapter programme held in London through video conference.

He said that ‘Friends of MP’ is a forum that will contribute in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream for building new India by taking resolution for development of Madhya Pradesh. The Chief Minister told NRIs that roadmap is being prepared for new Madhya Pradesh for building new India. He said that support from NRIs in its execution will accelerate progress.

Through video conference, Chouhan told the NRIs that two cities of Madhya Pradesh – Indore and Bhopal – have secured the first and the second ranks in cleanliness survey held in India. Among top 100 cities of the country, 22 cities of Madhya Pradesh have been awarded in different categories in the survey.

The Chief Minister has extended greetings to all NRIs present on the occasion on Navratri, Dusshera and Deepawali festivals. On the occasion, Principal Secretary, Public Relations, SK Mishra greeted members of ‘Friends of MP’ through video conference and said that, all should extend support for bringing Madhya Pradesh top in every sector.

Posted in: Bhopal

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