Recruitment tests to be videographed
Illegal colonies to be regularized
CM performs Bhumi Poojan of Rs. 1014 crore construction works at Ratlam
Bhopal, August 20, 2015 (Ataullah Faizan): Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that women’s health check-up campaign will be undertaken in every region of state. If diagnosed with serious diseases, women will be treated in major cities of the state and country at the cost of state government. He said that all recruitment tests in the state will be video-graphed to eliminate irregularities at any level. He said that free dialysis facility will be started in every district hospital of the state from January 26. All illegal colonies in the state will be regularized so their residents can get basic amenities. He said that the poor has first right on state’s exchequer. The Chief Minister was responding to public reception after inaugurating and laying foundation stones of Rs. 1014.12 crore development works of 17 colonies regularized by municipal corporation at Ratlam today. Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Maya Singh and State Finance Commission’s Chairman Mr. Himmat Kothari were also present. The Chief Minister said that no one will be left houseless in the state. A law will be formulated to provide plots for own house to every poor and middle income group family.
He said that arrangements for food, clothes, house, education and medicines for the poor will be given legal form. He directed the municipal corporation not to dislocate any poor from his dwelling without making alternative arrangements. The Chief Minister said that the state government will make available several facilities to ensure that state’s student succeed in All India exams. If students are selected in these exams, their fee will be paid by the state government so that their parents are not worried.
The Chief Minister said that Ratlam will be made a Smart City. He sanctioned Rs. 24 crore for drinking water, Rs. 25 for construction of nullah, Rs. 132 crore for sewerage system, Rs. 16 crore for collectorate building, Rs. 5 crore for infrastructure development works, Rs. 8 crore for construction of auditorium and Rs. 2.17 crore for construction of Mhow Road bus stand. He assured of every possible assistance for construction of over-bridge at Subhash Nagar, Namkeen Cluster and Gold Complex.