State will be developed by all round development of villages and farmers

CM participates in ‘Krishi Sansad’ in village Mau of Rajgarh district 

lead30.4.17Bhopal, April 30, 2017 (Muslim Saleem):  ‘Gram Sabha’, ‘Gram Sansad’ and ‘Krishi Sansad’ are being organised in villages under ‘Gramoday Se Bharat Uday’ campaign. Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan participated in ‘Krishi Sansad’ in Mau village of Biaora block of Rajgarh district in this regard. The Chief Minister said that state will be developed only by all round development of villages and farmers. He, on the occasion, laid foundation stone of water augmentation scheme having cost of Rs 7 crore and for barrage construction of Rs 2.60 crore in Suthalia. The Chief Minister dedicated Bankpura irrigation project  of Rs 91 crore, 30-bed community hospital of Rs 30 lakh and bridge on Parvati river having a cost of Rs 5.42 crore.   Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan said that the Government had made strong system to provide better prices of crops to farmers and reduce agriculture production cost in order to make agriculture a profit able business.  He said that villagers having capability should delete their names willingly from list of poor families in Gram Sansad and Gram Sabha meetings. He said that if selection of beneficiaries under different schemes is made unanimously, it would be stopped automatically ineligible getting benefits of government schemes.  Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan asked farmers to adopt new methods of agriculture, leaving traditional manners.

He said that the government is making efforts to double farmers’ income in five years. He suggested them to adopt poultry farm and animal husbandry.  Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan told villagers that State Government is providing financial help for houses for all. Financial help of Rs 1.20 lakh is being provided to weaker section people for house construction. Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan lauded ‘Bank Sakhi’ initiative of Rajgarh district administration through cash benefit is being provided to beneficiaries under government pension, MANREGA scheme.  He instructed collector to empower self-help groups of women in district.

Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan addressing villagers said that Rajgarh-Biaora region was known for its drought. To make this region irrigated and green, Mohanpura and Kundalpur dams, Rinsi Parvati like irrigation projects were sanctioned. Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan instructed that efforts should be made to increase irrigation facility by selecting place for pond in every village.

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