No child of poor will deprive of education due to scarcity of funds
CM made several announcements in Sadbhavna Sammelan at Athaikheda of Ashoknagar
Bhopal, January 8, 2018 (Ataullah Faizan): Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the state government is committed for the welfare of scheduled caste, scheduled tribe, poor section of the society and all. No stone will be left unturned for their development. This was said by Mr. Chouhan in Sadbhavna Sammelan held at village Athaikheda of Ashok Nagar District. Mr. Chouhan assured the gathering, that he is always ready for public service. No section of the society will deprive of the services. Moreover, Mr. Chouhan said that Charan Paduka Yojana has been started by the state government for the welfare for the persons who pluck tendu leaf, tendu leaf collectors besides men and women working as labourers in tendu leaf sector. Slippers for female and shoes for male will be provided from February. Beside this water bottles like thermos will be provided for drinking water and moreover saree to each woman will be presented. Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan mentioned that Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana has been started to provide reasonable prices to the farmers for their agriculture produces. An amount of Rs. 900 crore will be deposited in the bank accounts of the farmers on January 6 under the scheme. He informed that 26 lakh girls have been made Ladli Laxmis in the state till now.
A sum of Rs. 31 thousand crore will be deposited in their bank accounts. Moreover, Mr. Chouhan said that no person of scheduled caste, tribe and poor category will remain landless. The state government will make them land owners by giving them land pattas. Moreover, pucca houses will be constructed on the same land. Total 5 lakh houses in rural areas and 3 lakh houses in urban areas will be constructed this year. The Chief Minister further stated that paucity of funds will not hinder children education. The state government will bear the fee, whatever the amount is, on behalf of the students who score 70 percent marks in 12th examination for admissions in medical colleges, law colleges, nursing colleges, I.I.Ts and other institutions.
CM Mr. Chouhan said that the biggest problem before the youths is unemployment. The state government has prepared various employment oriented schemes to facilitates youths with employment. Loans are being provided to the unemployed youths under these schemes. He mentioned that the children of the farmers can adopt self-employment. The state government has made Krishak Udhmi Yojana to help them to establish their self-employment. The guarantee against the loan will be given by the state government and 15 percent loan subsidy will also be given under the scheme. Mr. Chouhan mentioned that keeping in view the interest of the farmers, the government has taken a decision to write off the compound interest of the defaulter farmers.
Moreover, decision has been taken to settle loans by making small installments of the principal amount. Loan on zero interest will also be provided to them. Moreover, Mr. Chouhan stated that the state government has taken a decision that the sand mines will not be auctioned in future and the sand work will be entrusted to the village panchayats by February. Anyone can fetch a full trolley of sand by obtaining royalty slip of Rs. One hundred twenty five. In this way, the unemployed can earn income by selling sand. He further mentioned that activity to make nutritious food is being entrusted to women self-help groups now; they will provide the nutritious food to the aaganbadis. Similarly, school uniform stitching work is being given to women self-help groups.