Staff Reporter, Bhopal Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan visited a number of villages in his home district Sehore and participated in various programmes. The Chief Minister sanctioned a number of works during his two-day to visit to the district.
At Vanvasi Sammelan at village Chakaldi, the Chief Minister gave away forest rights documents and copies of khasra free of cost to 112 farmers. He distributed Rs. 35 lakh 32 thousand tendupatta bonus to 2,966 tendupatta collectors and booklet “Vikas Darshan” containing entire information regarding village development and benefited beneficiaries. He assured villagers to open ITI and health centre at Chakaldi.
Chief Minister’s wife Smt. Sadhna Singh, Tribal Welfare Minister and in-charge of Sehore district Kunwar Vijay Shah, local public representatives, district officers and a large number of villagers were present on the occasion. Referring to public welfare schemes, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that a number of schemes are being implemented for the welfare of every section of society in the state. Stressing the need of active participation of villagers in Maryada Abhiyan, he motivated villagers to undertake works for sanitation and development in the village. He administered an oath to villagers not to discriminate between sons and daughters, send children to school, keep away from addiction and develop village by creating an atmosphere of harmony. He said that no stone will be left unturned for development. Kunwar Vijay Shah also addressed the programme. He gave detailed information about schemes being implemented by the State Government for tribal welfare.
Forest Development Corporation Chairman Shri Guru Prasad Sharma, Housing Board Chairman Shri Rampal Singh, Warehousing Corporation Chairman Shri Rajendra Singh Rajput, MARKFED Chairman Shri Ramakant Bhargava, Zila Panchayat Chairman Shri Dharmendra Singh Chouhan, Nagar Panchayat Chairman Shri Dwarka Prasad Agrawal, Shri Raghunath Singh Bhati, Shri Lakhan Yadav, Shri Ram Sajeevan Yadav, Shri Maruti Shishir, Shri Lalit Sharma, other public representatives and a large number of villagers were present on the occasion. Inauguration Chief Minister Shri Chouhan reached village Chheepaner late on Wednesday night and offered worship alongwith his wife at Samadhi-sthal of Baba Dhuniwale. At Chheepaner, the Chief Minister inaugurated Bhakt-Niwas.
He said that the State Government has decided that besides free distribution of medicines in hospitals, now various paramedical test facilities will also be provided free of cost. He informed that an intake well and water treatment plant will be established at Cheepaner from where drinking water will be supplied to about one dozen villages including Itarsi, Bagwada, Badnagar, Sasli. He sanctioned construction of sports ground at village Chhepaner, upgradation of primary school to middle school at villages Itawa and Badnagar and upgradation of high school to higher secondary school at village Borkhera Kalan. He directed to deepen and beautify pond of village Richhariya Qadeem.