Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
Speaking at the Antyodaya fair and patta distribution ceremony of Bangla Bagicha residents at Neemuch Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that a state-wide campaign will be launched from April 1-14 for registration of unorganized labourers.
Pucca houses will be constructed for the all labourers registered under Chief Minister’s Unorganized Labourer Welfare Scheme by year 2022. Chouhan distributed 10 thousand 313 land ownership pattas, 1856 non-intrusive land ownership certificates and pattas of ownership rights to 200 residents of Bangla Bagicha.
CM Chouhan instructed the administrative officials all eligible labourers should get themselves registered mandatorily under the labourer registration campaign. He said that landholder labourers with less than 2.5 acre land can also get registered under the Chief Minister’s Unorganized Labourer Welfare Scheme on the condition that they are not income tax payees. He said that the labourers registered under this scheme will be benefitted under various schemes of the state government.
Chouhan said that he was happy with the solution to Bangla Bagicha problem. He said that the Bangla Bagicha problem of Neemuch has been going on since the British rule, the rights of Neemuch residents was justified. He said that the government has solved this issue.
Now the residents are being given the land pattas of their possession, the residents are being made the real owners of the land. Chouhan said that pattas will be distributed of land in their possession to all Bangla Bagicha residents.
The Chief Minister said that the Centre has directed to burn and destroy doda choora. He said that the government will not allow farmers to face any financial loss. Doda choora will be purchased from farmers and the destruction process will be carried out by a committee comprising the District Collector, District Superintendent of Police and public representatives.
CM Chouhan said that Rs 1735 per quintal has been decided as the support price of wheat, Rs 265 per quintal will be given to all farmers who sell wheat by the Madhya Pradesh government.
For this it is not necessary to sell wheat on support price but registration is must. He said that Rs 200 per quintal will be given to those farmers also who sold their wheat on support price last year.
This amount will be deposited in the accounts of the farmers by April 16. The Chief Minister told that purchase of gram, masoor, mustard will continue from April 10 to May 31. He told that the farmers selling gram, masoor and mustard will also be given Rs 100 per quintal apart from the support price.
Development works worth Rs 212 crore 72 lakhs dedicated to Neemuch,
CM Chouhan laid the foundation and dedicated 18 development and construction works worth Rs 212 crore 72 lakhs at the Antyodaya fair. He also dedicated the scheme for providing free power connection to cent percent houses belonging to poor families under Soubhagya Yojana in Neemuch.
Praising the Jyoti campaign being run by Neemuch Police Chouhan distributed certificates to the newly recruited constables. Chouhan also released a book based on success stories.
Among those present on the occasion include Women and Child Development Minister Smt. Archana Chitnis, Urban Development and Housing Minister Smt. Maya Singh, MP Sudhir Gupta, MLA Kailash Chawla, Omprakash Sakhlecha, Dilip Singh Parihar, Yashpal Singh Sisodia, District Panchayat President Smt. Avantika Jat, Nagar Palika president Rakesh Jain, District Cooperative Bank President Madanlal Rathore, people’s representatives and large number of local people.