Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan administered oath of “Aao Banayen Apna Madhya Pradesh” to people at a function in Alirajpur today. The Chief Minister said that all should do our work enthusiastically and unitedly. He said that everyone should do his work with dedication and honesty wherever he is to develop Madhya Pradesh as an ideal state in the country. He said that the government will never spare corrupt and send them to jail. Shri Chouhan said that good performers will be rewarded.
The Chief Minister said that technical examination will be made for Rs. 700 crore irrigation project for Alirajpur district. Similarly, examination of Rs. 65 crore lift irrigation project at village Jabdi under Jobat development block in Alirajpur district will also be made. Shri Chouhan also assured to examine a scheme for fitting electricity pumps at Kapildhara wells.
The Chief Minister said that Government will provide additional Rs. 5 lakh each for development to Gram Panchayats elected unopposed. He also laid emphasis on attaching top priority to sanitation, education, health, drinking water, road and other works in villages. Shri Chouhan said that laptops will be given to students passing class XII exam with over 85 percent marks.
Similarly, Government school pass outs will be provided free smart phones on admission in colleges so that they can obtain all kinds of information.
Underlining unprecedented progress made during last 5 years in Alirajpur district constituted on May 17, 2008, Shri Chouhan said that there will be no lack of funds for development.
Shri Chouhan announced that independent district level offices of all departments will be opened in Alirajpur. Shri Chouhan laid foundation stones for 19 construction works costing over Rs. 10 crore 48 lakh at the function. He also distributed amounts and material to beneficiaries under various schemes.
Announcing Rs. 25 thousand per marriage under Mukhyamantri Vivah and Nikah Yojanas, Shri Chouhan said that of this amount, Rs. 19 thousand will be spent on marriage works and Rs. 6 thousand each will be deposited in concerning couple’s bank account. The Chief Minister announced that state government will bear entire expenses on 4-year-old deaf and dumb girl Vedika to enable her to hear. The Chief Minister also worshipped 11 girls. In-charge of the district and Minister Shri Antar Singh Arya, MLAs Shri Nagar Singh Chouhan and Shri Madho Singh Dabar and former MP Shri Dilip Singh Bhuria also spoke on the occasion.
From helipad upto function venue, Shri Chouhan met citizens cordially. The Chief Minister sought elderly persons’ blessings by touching their feet. He posed for photographs with youths, shook hands and held discussions with them. The Chief Minister also accepted applications from citizens.