Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that Integrated Poor Welfare Schemes Portal will be made to provide benefits of schemes to the poor.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that Integrated Poor Welfare Schemes Portal will be made to provide benefits of schemes to the poor. Youth Empowerment Mission will be made for focus on skill upgradation and self-employment of youths.
Application and process of approval of Mukhya Mantri Bal Hriday Upchar and Rajya Bimari Sahayta Nidhi Yojana will be made online. Camps will be organized for diagnosis of serious diseases. Chief Minister will review the ground reality of land-rights campaign.
The state government will get the Public Security Bill passed for capital punishment to criminals guilty of child sexual abuse and urge the Centre. The system of Ahatas (open drinking areas) at liquor shops will end from next year. Pradhan Mantri Awas will be given on priority basis to Sahariya, Bhariya and Baiga families in the coming three years.
These announcements were made by CM Chouhan during his radio programme ‘Dil Se’ on Sunday.
The Chief Minister said that the government is with the poor in times of need. Government is fulfilling its responsibility in such a manner to ensure that they face no difficulty. Mentioning the works being undertaken to make farming a profitable business, he said that doubts on the Bhavantar Yojana is baseless.
Mentioning the Garib Kalyan Agenda Chouhan told that the poor should get proper food so they are being provided wheat, rice and salt at Re 1 per kg.
On the schemes to promote education of children, CM Shri Chouhan said to the children studying in 10th, 11th and 12th that this is the time when the foundation of their future is laid.
The CM said that the poor persons will be given every possible assistance for fulfilling their responsibilities of marriage, education and medical treatment. Do not consider girls a burden, he said.
In a direct talk with the public during Dil Se programme, the CM said that the Mukhya Mantri Swarozgar, Yuva Udyami and other economic welfare schemes are being implemented to ensure employment to people.
The CM said that the state government’s topmost priority is the security of women. The arrangement of installation of GPS system in public transport vehicles and CCTV cameras in school and passenger buses will be made. Apart from the vigilance of drivers and conductors, their records will be maintained besides ensuring security special arrangements outside women’s and girls’ hostels, shelter homes etc. Sensitive areas will be marked where police patrolling and adequate lighting will be ensured. Stern legal action will be ensured in cases of sexual exploitation.