An Invitation to Discover & Prosper with Modern Madhya Pradesh
Before the assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, the BJP will list the achievements of the central government
Bhopal has become deserted because there is no one like "Guttu Bhaiya": Chief Minister Shri Chouhan
Narottam criticized the ban on 'The Kerala Story' in West Bengal, said - Didi's 'Mamta' rains only on Rohingyas
BJP will siege veteran Congress leaders in Madhya Pradesh assembly elections
‘Formation and Promotion of Farmer Producer Organizations Scheme’ will be beneficial : Agriculture Minister Shri Patel
Former Minister Deepak Joshi will join Congress on May 6 Claims of Dewas City Congress President –Invited to walk with Bhopal
Narottam seeks reply from Kamal Nath on Congress's announcement to ban Bajrang Dal in Karnataka
There will be uninterrupted supply of electricity: Home Minister Dr. Mishra
Foundation stone of 2 power sub-stations worth 6 crores
MMNN:1 May 2023
Bhopal : Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra has said that the government is committed to ensure uninterrupted power supply for all. Minister Dr. Mishra was addressing the foundation stone laying ceremony of 2 power sub-stations worth Rs. 6 crore 20 lakh at Krishi Upaj Mandi, Datia. Minister Dr. Mishra said that under the RDSS scheme in Datia, new 33/11 K.V. Under the sub-station and SSTD scheme, foundation stone of additional power transformer sub-station has been laid in Mandi at a cost of Rs.80 lakh. Now the residents of the area will be able to get rid of the problem of voltage. He said that works worth Rs 197 crore have been done so far to improve the power supply in Datia. In rural areas, the Atal Jyoti Yojana includes works such as setting up of electrical sub-stations, replacement of damaged transformers, installation of new transformers and installation of cables in place of bare wires from poles, along with providing 24-hour power supply. Minister Dr. Mishra said that continuous efforts are being made by the government to benefit the rural consumers and farmers. Farmers are being given the benefit of subsidy in electricity. Electricity bills of consumers have been waived. Dr. Mishra said that for the welfare of the people, the government is working on the basic mantra of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas.
Prime Minister Shri Modi's "Mann Ki Baat" is the talk of the people of the country: Chief Minister Shri Chouhan
Bhopal : Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that Prime Minister Shri Narendra ModiMann ki Baat is about the people of the country. It has become a social movement and a people's revolution. Prime Minister's "Mann Ki Baat" has given us an opportunity to bring different people doing better work in front of the society. I heartily congratulate Prime Minister Shri Modi on the completion of 100 episodes of Mann Ki Baat programme. Cleanliness movement, save girl child, educate girl child, Social reform tools like water conservation and activities like Vocal for Local have been encouraged by Mann Ki Baat. People are also able to express their feelings in front of Prime Minister Shri Modi through this medium. Mann Ki Baat has created a social revolution in the country. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan listened to the 100th episode of Prime Minister Modi's Mann Ki Baat program at People's Mall auditorium in Bhopal with the candidates of Ladli Bahna Yojana and also addressed them after the program. MLA Mrs. Krishna Gaur along with Mr. Lokesh Parashar, Mr. Sumit Pachauri and a large number of women of the area were present.
Women self -help groups will also be formed in citiesWhile motivating the candidates of Ladli Bahna Yojana who came to listen to Mann Ki Baat, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that she was not born to shed tears. The state government is running many programs and schemes so that sisters and daughters do not remain helpless, they become strong. Sisters take a pledge that they will not remain poor. The state government is also starting a campaign to form women self-help groups in the cities. In this, bank linkage of sisters will be ensured and loan will be made available at 2 percent interest to start their business. It is our resolution that every woman should earn at least 10 thousand rupees in a month and live life with self-respect and self-confidence.
Ladli Lakshmi Day will be celebrated on May 2Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that God has made son and daughter equal, but in historical order, it has become the custom of the society to treat women second class. People started considering the son as the support of old age and the lamp of the family, while the reality is that only the daughter supports the parents till the last moment and is not less than the sons in any situation. Advances in science were also used to prevent the birth of a girl child. In the male-dominated society, the condition of daughters and sisters continued to worsen. To change this scenario full of pain and agony, the state government implemented many schemes including Ladli Laxmi Yojana, various schemes for the education of daughters, Mukhyamantri Kanya Vivah Yojana. Government service for women empowerment, Arrangements like reservation in panchayat and urban elections and special exemption in registration of immovable property in the name of women were made. Women have also performed every responsibility assigned to them very well. 45 lakh daughters are associated with Ladli Laxmi Yojana in the state, Ladli Laxmi Day will be celebrated on May 2 in the state.
June 10 will be a day of revolution for women - the amount of Ladli Bahna Yojana will come in the accountChief Minister Shri Chouhan said that our government is determined to change the lives of women belonging to poor and lower middle class families. Ladli Behna Yojana will prove effective in making them self-dependent. Under the scheme, 1000 rupees per month will be deposited in the accounts of sisters to meet their daily needs. In the spirit of fulfilling the bond of Rakhi, arrangements have been made to release funds every month in the Ladli Bahna Yojana, not once in a year but to give something to the sisters every month. More than one crore 20 lakh sisters have applied in the scheme in the state. There is an appeal to all the eligible sisters that they must apply in the scheme. After checking the applications in the month of May, the amount will be released in the accounts of the sisters on June 10. This day will be a day of revolution for women.
The sisters sang a song in harmony with the Chief MinisterChief Minister Shri Chouhan inaugurated the campaign to provide sanitary napkins free of cost to women for three months by Krishna Social and Cultural Organization. The Chief Minister was welcomed by wearing a huge garland of flowers. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan sang the song “Phoolon Ka Taron Ka Sabka Kehna Hai – Ek Hazaaron Me Meri Behna Hai”, then thousands of sisters present joined the Chief Minister.
Agriculture Minister Mr. Patel will be special guest on Israel's 75th Independence Day
Bhopal : Farmers-Welfare and Agriculture Development Minister Shri Kamal Patel will be the special guest at Israel's 75th Independence Day celebrations on 30th April. The ceremony will take place at 5:30 pm on Sunday at the Delhi Embassy. Minister Shri Patel will reach New Delhi on Sunday. It is worth mentioning that a Center of Excellence is being set up in Bordgaon in Harda district with advanced Israeli technology in the agriculture sector. The state government has also issued orders to give 35 hectares of land for this.
Narottam, agitated by the controversial statement of Mallikarjun Kharge on PM Modi, said – Congress's mentality is poisonous
Bhopal : The political uproar that erupted after Congress national president Mallikarjun Kharge in his speech at an election rally in Karnataka described Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a poisonous snake is not taking its name. Even though Kharge has expressed regret for his statement later, giving clarification, but BJP leaders are continuously attacking him. State Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra retorted on this statement of Kharge and said that in reality the mentality, culture and ideology of Congress is poisonous. Taunting Kharge, he said that I am surprised from where he gets so much poison in his words. Does he go to 10 Janpath to recharge? When Gujarat elections were held, he spoke there. When elections were held here, they spoke here. Narottam Mishra further said that in fact the mentality of Congress is poisonous and their culture is also poisonous. Rahul Gandhi was punished just for speaking. Charges were framed against Digvijay Singh only for speaking. These are people without mass base and keep giving such statements to stay in discussions. The ideology of Congress itself is becoming poisonous. It does not suit him to speak such poisonous things for Prime Minister Modi, the father of Amrit Mahotsav and Good Governance. Modiji has raised the prestige of India in the world. Today the whole of India and the world takes pride in the name of Modiji.
Digvijay Singh also tightenedNarottam also took a jibe at Congress leader and former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh. Digvijay had recently told party workers at one place that he has come out to join the Congress. On this statement of his, Narottam said that whatever Digvijay Singh is saying, he has already been speaking, but Kamal Nath is not understanding. No one comes to their meeting. That's why they are roaming around gathering the Congress and speaking poisonous words.
Digvijay and Kamal Nath harmed the people of MP more than Corona - CM Shivraj
Bhopal : In this election year of MP Assembly, the war of words between the leaders has intensified. Now even on the pretext of Corona, the game of political blame game is going on. A few days ago, State Water Resources Minister Tulsiram Silavat compared Digvijay Singh to Corona and said that he should be born in China. On this, Digvijay retorted and said that I am Corona virus for BJP and RSS. Now, taking a jibe at this statement of Digvijay, CM Shivraj has targeted Kamal Nath along with him.
In a conversation with journalists on Thursday, CM Shivraj said that Digvijay Singh has made an absolutely correct comparison. Digvijay Singh and Kamal Nath have caused many times more damage to Madhya Pradesh than the damage caused by Covid in the form of virus. I'm surprised they didn't find another virus to compare with. They got covid or corona virus only. The corona virus, due to which there was an outcry, people's lives were lost, the economy was in disarray. It was Modi ji, under whose leadership not one but two vaccines were made and Kovid was fought. Otherwise, Kamal Nath ji had left the people of Madhya Pradesh on the basis of Covid. Whatever you want to do, let Kovid do it.
Shivraj Singh did not stop here. He further said that today Kovid is under control, but Digvijay Singh and Kamal Nath have caused more damage to Madhya Pradesh and its people than Corona. He asked in a questioning manner that who destroyed and ruined the entire Madhya Pradesh? There was no electricity, no roads, no water. The growth rate was turning negative. He tried to destroy the state even during his 15-month government.
Madhya Pradesh BJP stalwarts are now worried about saving political legacy
Bhopal : In the midst of familyism in politics, the BJP is going to face the second assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, in which the sons and daughters of the leaders will get a chance. The prospects of the crisis have been clouded. Even in 2018, the sons of many ministers and senior leaders were not given a chance. Leaders and their sons and daughters are disappointed as there is no change this year as well. The lines of worry have deepened in both the generations.
many seniors out of election politicsBJP has more than a dozen leaders, including more than half a dozen veteran leaders, who started preparing for handing over the political legacy to the next generation many years back. But, from 2013 the Modi-Shah era started. The BJP launched attacks to corner the Congress on the issue of nepotism. To make it more effective, a Lakshman Rekha was also drawn in the party. As a result, only a few sons or family members got a chance in the 2018 assembly elections. Many seniors were thrown out of electoral politics even on the formula of crossing the age of 75 years.
Previously active, now not visibleAt present, no one is in a position to speak openly on this whole episode. Everyone says that after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's clear message on political legacy, there is nothing left to say. On the other hand, the effect is visible at the field level. The leaders and sons who were very active earlier are not visible now. If the ban on nepotism is reflected in ticket distribution, then the political ambitions of veterans and their sons will cool down. On the other hand, the party's claim to the leaders and sons who are hoping to try their luck in the elections is disappointing that the BJP's victory in the states where assembly elections were held in the past was due to not promoting familyism. The party has always been against dynasticism. Whoever wants to come forward, should do the work of organization among the people, this is the only way. - Dr. Hitesh Vajpayee, Spokesperson, BJP, Madhya Pradesh
children of giantsShivraj Singh Chouhan -- Kartikeya
Jyotiraditya Scindia -- Mahaaryaman
Narendra Singh Tomar -- Devendra Singh
Gopal Bhargava -- Abhishek
Dr. Narottam Mishra -- Sukarna
Kamal Patel -- Sudeep
Prabhat Jha -- Tusmul
Gaurishankar Bisen -- Mausam (Daughter)
Jayant Malaiya -- Siddharth
Home Minister Dr. Mishra reviewed the preparations for Maa Pitambara Prakatya Mahotsav
Bhopal : Grand preparations are being made in Datia for Maa Pitambara Prakatya Mahotsav. Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra reviewed the preparations for the festival to be held in Datia on Monday, April 24. Dr. Mishra reached the stadium ground and observed the arrangements for Mai's grand Rath Yatra to be held on Prakatya Mahotsav.
Home Minister Dr. Mishra said that with the blessings of Mai, a grand event is going to be held in Datia. Lakhs of devotees will participate in the Rath Yatra on the Prakatya Mahotsav. The residents of Datia are eager to welcome all the devotees by spreading their wings. Dr. Mishra helped in making sweets being prepared in Bhandara for the devotees of Mai who reach Datia on this auspicious occasion.
Medical Education Minister Mr. Sarang performed Bhoomi Poojan of development works costing 16 crore 31 lakh
Bhopal : Medical Education Minister Mr. Vishwas Kailash Sarang performed bhoomi-pujan of development works worth Rs 16 crore 31 lakh in Ward-75, 79, 38 and 76 under Narela Assembly on Sunday. Giving gifts of development works to the people of the region, he said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the central and state governments are working for the welfare of every section. Minister Mr. Sarang said that with the double engine government in the country and the state, the state is moving ahead on the path of development at double the speed. Pointing to the development works being done in Narela assembly, he said that due to the development works costing crores in the area, the basic facilities of the citizens are being expanded continuously.
Development work continues in NarelaMinister Mr. Sarang said that there is a clear difference between Narela of 2008 and Narela of today. Presently every road of Narela assembly has been constructed with high quality. Narela has its own drainage system. Channelization of drains has been done. Due to this, rain water does not fill in the settlements of Narela area. He said that every possible effort is being made for the overall development of Narela. Development is a continuous process, continuous development work is going on in different areas according to the needs of the citizens.
Residents expressed gratitude to Minister Mr. SarangFor the gift of crores of development works, the residents gave a grand welcome to the Minister Mr. Sarang with flower showers and fireworks. Minister Mr. Sarang was welcomed through the reception platform at various places till the main program venue. A large number of residents of the area including local public representatives, eminent citizens, activists were present.
Development work will be done with Rs 16 crore 31 lakhMinister Mr. Sarang has done drain construction work in Ward-75 Durga Nagar at a cost of Rs 13 crore 85 lakh, Ward-79 Super State, Janta Nagar drain construction at a cost of Rs 1 crore 97 lakh, Ward-38 Swadesh Nagar Rs 30 lakh Construction of asphalted road at a cost of Rs. 19 lakh from Sukh Sagar to Mittal College Road in Ward 76 Premier Arched.
Mukhya Mantri Ladli Bahna is not just a scheme but a social revolution: CM Shri Chouhan
Bhopal:Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that a grand campaign to change the lives of sisters is going on in Madhya Pradesh. The government has now formed Ladli Bahana Yojana, in which poor and lower middle class women will get Rs. 1000 per month. He said that Ladli Bahana is not just a scheme but a social revolution. My sisters will no longer have to reach out to anyone to fulfill their minor needs. This is a gift from a brother to his sisters, which they will receive throughout the year, not just on Raksha Bandhan. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan attended Mukhya Mantri Ladli Bahna Mahasammelan at Keolari in Seoni district today. The Chief Minister dedicated and laid the foundation stone of various development works worth Rs. 129 crore. Along with this, the pattas (leases) of the Mukhya Mantri Awasiya Bhu-Adhikar Yojana were distributed to the beneficiaries. Benefits in other schemes were also distributed to the beneficiaries. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that my sisters are giving their immense support to the ongoing campaign for women empowerment in Madhya Pradesh. Even today the tent proved too small to accommodate them. I am deeply grateful to my sisters for their love, affection and support. Brother-sister relationship is a wonderful relationship. I have taken a vow that I will not let tears come in the eyes of my sisters. Today I have come to tell you my feelings, not to give a speech. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that there was a lot of respect and honour for women in ancient India. It reduced in the middle ages and discrimination and injustice started being done to the daughters. I have been witnessing discrimination against daughters since childhood. That's why I took a vow that I will end this discrimination and injustice. I am working continuously to fulfill it. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that Ladli Laxmi Yojana was first formulated in the state and at the time of their birth, daughters were given savings certificates worth Rs. 30 thousand. In this, from time to time, they get funds for studies and on completion of 21 years of age, they get one lakh rupees in lump sum. Today there are more than 44 lakh Ladli Laxmis in Madhya Pradesh. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that 50 percent reservation has been given in Panchayat and local elections in Madhya Pradesh to make sisters politically empowered. As a result, today my sisters are running the government from village panchayats to district panchayats. Only one per cent registration fee is charged for the transfer of land and property in the name of sisters. Reservation is also being given to daughters in the recruitment of police and teachers. Under the Mukhya Mantri Kanya Vivah-Nikah Yojana, the government gets poor sisters married. Sisters are also given benefits under Sambal Yojana. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the benefit of Ladli Bahna Yojana will be given to those sisters in the age group of 23 to 60 years, whose annual family income is less than Rs. two and half lakh rupees, do not have over 5 acres of land in the household and do not have a four wheeler vehicle. Forms of the scheme are being filled by April 30, they will be checked in the month of May and from June 10, Rs. 1000 per month will start coming into the accounts of eligible sisters. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that almost all the demands made for Seoni area will be fulfilled. He said that some villages of the district were left out of supply of drinking water, all of them would be covered in the Jal Jeevan Mission. A survey will be conducted for the arrangement of irrigation water in Lal Mati area of the district. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan inaugurated the programme by performing Kanya-pujan, lighting the lamp and garlanding the portraits of public heroes. The sisters of Keolari region presented a letter and a replica of Shri Ram Darbar to their brother Shivraj. CM Shri Chouhan welcomed the sisters who came in large numbers in the conference by showering flowers. Union Minister of State for Steel and Rural Development Shri Faggan Singh Kulaste said that for the first time in the history of the country, any government has implemented a scheme like Mukhya Mantri Ladli Bahna for the welfare of women. He said that Ladli Bahna Yojana would definitely prove to be a milestone in the direction of empowering the economic and social status of the women of the state. MLA Shri Rakesh Pal thanked Chief Minister Shri Chouhan on getting the approval of the multi-purpose project Bhimgarh Canal. He said that due to the cementation of the canal, the farmers till the last end would be able to get water for irrigation on time and the wastage of water would also reduce. MSME Minister Shri Omprakash Sakhlecha, public representatives, officers and a large number of sisters and citizens were present in the programme.
CM Shri Chouhan mets Union Railway Minister Shri Vaishnav
Bhopal:Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan met Union Railway Minister Shri Ashwini Vaishnav at Rail Bhavan in New Delhi today and discussed various rail projects related to the state. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan requested the Union Railway Minister to complete the Indore-Manmad and Indore-Dahod railway links at the earliest. Along with this, he also assured that appropriate action would be taken by the state government in land acquisition for these projects. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the completion of these two link projects would help in further industrialisation of Indore, Pithampur and Dhar areas. He also requested to fulfill the long-standing demand of the Indore-Budhani rail project at the earliest. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the state government has a target to run Metro in Indore and Bhopal cities before September this year. This will require experts. He requested the Union Minister to provide expert manpower in this regard.
Timely action is the only guarantee of peace: Chief Minister Shri Chouhan
Bhopal:Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that taking strict action on time is the only guarantee of peace. The police, being constantly alert and active, should eradicate the possibilities of incidents. No respite can be given to those who spoil the atmosphere of the society. Those who have the mentality of running the mafia should be destroyed. Police has the potential to make the state number one in the country in terms of law and order. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan reviewed the law and order situation in the state. Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra, Chief Secretary Mr. Iqbal Singh Bains, Principal Secretary Home Dr. Rajesh Rajoura, Director General of Police Mr. Sudhir Saxena and other officers were present in the meeting held at Chief Minister's residence office Samatva Bhavan. Superintendents of Police of the districts joined the meeting virtually.
Activities like terrorism, extremism will not be allowed to flourishPraising the action taken by the police against the Naxalites in Balaghat, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that efforts should be made to break the money collection system and supply chain of the Naxalites. He also appreciated the action taken to stop encroachment in Burhanpur. The Chief Minister said that strict action should be taken against those who damage government property and play with law and order. Madhya Pradesh is an island of peace, here activities like terrorism, extremism will not be allowed to flourish under any circumstances. In this regard, if information about suspicious activities going on in any madrasa is received, action should be taken immediately. Along with this, a close watch should also be kept on the activities of conversion by giving allurement.
Liquor contractors sell liquor only at designated placeChief Minister Shri Chouhan said that strict action should be taken against land mafia, liquor mafia, drug operators and sand mafia. Be aware of the harm caused to the general public by activities like chit fund and adulteration and actions should be continued. Due to constant activism timely control over the activities of the people engaged in these works will be possible. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that all liquor vends in the state have been closed by the state government from April 1. It should be ensured that no yard remains operational and liquor is not sold secretly anywhere. Liquor contractors should sell liquor at designated places only, liquor should not be sold at other places. The people engaged in destroying the young generation by doing drug business should be destroyed. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that it is necessary to be aware of gambling, betting and cyber crime and to take continuous action against them.
Need to keep an eye on social mediaChief Minister Shri Chouhan said that strict action should be taken against crimes against scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, weaker sections and women. Necessary cooperation should be provided in the active operation of peace and dispute redressal committees constituted in PESA rules. In this regard, a joint meeting of District Collector, Superintendent of Police and DFO will be held soon. The state government is committed to ensure successful implementation of PESA rules on the ground. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that it is necessary to keep an eye on social media. Action should be taken against those who affect socio-religious harmony and political rivalry.
It is the responsibility of the police to give a sense of qualitative change in the system from the commissioner systemChief Minister Shri Chouhan said that grading system should be established to improve the functioning of police stations. Madhya Pradesh Police is working as a team and we should jointly make every possible effort to enhance the prestige of the team. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that it is the responsibility of the police as well as a challenge to prove the relevance of the police commissionerate system implemented in Bhopal and Indore and to make the general public aware of the qualitative change in the police system.
Maintain the necessary vigilance on festivalsChief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the instructions given by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Shri Amit Shah regarding the police system will also be reviewed soon in relation to the state. After a fortnight again dialogue will be held with the police officers. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan instructed to maintain necessary vigilance in the upcoming festivals.
Mr. Batham MP Took charge as Chairman of Fishermen Welfare Board
Bhopal.In the presence of Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra, Shri Sitaram Batham took over as the Chairman of Madhya Pradesh Fishermen Welfare Board. Dr. Mishra congratulated and congratulated Mr. Batham on getting the new responsibility. Mr. Batham has been given the status of state cabinet minister by the state government. Indore MLA Mr. Ramesh Mendola and other people's representatives were present in the swearing-in ceremony.
Telugu brothers and sisters are always welcome on the land of Madhya Pradesh: CM Shri Chouhan
Bhopal.Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that India has a tradition of Atithi Devo Bhava. Telugu brothers and sisters are always welcome on the land of Madhya Pradesh. Culturally India was always one, is one and will remain one. A glorious, glorious and powerful India is being built under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. The growth rate of Madhya Pradesh is continuously moving forward. There has been unprecedented progress in the field of agriculture.
Preparations For "Ambedkar Mahakumbh" In Final Stages, Scindia Said A Big Thing For PM Modi And CM Shivraj
Bhopal. On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, the architect of the Indian Constitution and modern India, "Ambedkar Mahakumbh" is being organized at the Gwalior Trade Fair Complex ground on 16th April. Collector Akshay Kumar Singh and Senior Superintendent of Police Rajesh Singh Chandel are taking stock of the preparations by touring with senior officers and giving final touches to the preparations. CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia will be specially present in the program.
Collector, SP inspected the venueCollector Mr. Singh gave instructions to the officers of the Municipal Corporation to make concrete arrangements for drinking water in every sector at the program venue. Also said that the meeting arrangement should be such that citizens and public representatives coming from all over the division can easily reach the designated sector.
Strict instructions regarding parking systemThe Collector and the Superintendent of Police insisted on making the best parking system possible and said that the parking and traffic system should be such that all the citizens and public representatives coming to participate in the program have to cover the least distance from the parking lot. Also, traffic should not be obstructed. He said that according to the parking, different colored banners and posters should be put on the vehicles coming from every district, so that the vehicles can reach their designated parking places. Along with this, the traffic system should also remain strong.
Exhibition focused on Ambedkar's life character and development plansAn exhibition focused on the life and development plans of Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar will also be organized at the venue. Along with this, benefits will be distributed under various schemes by the very special and distinguished guests. Saints including the enlightened ones who are taking forward the thoughts of Babasaheb Dr. Ambedkar will also be honoured.
Scindia reached Gwalior on a two-day stayAmid preparations for Ambedkar Mahakumbh, Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia reached Gwalior today on a two-day tour, Minister in-charge of Gwalior Tulsiram Silavat and BJP leaders received Scindia at the airport, Scindia left from here to attend programs in Bhind.
Scindia told Ambedkar Mahakumbh an important programTalking to the media at the airport, Scindia said that today we are going to start a Rs 70 crore scheme for Bhind in the field of energy. Referring to the Ambedkar Mahakumbh to be held in Gwalior tomorrow, Sunday, April 16, Scindia described it as a very important programme.
Scindia said something about PM Modi and CM ShivrajScindia said that in the last 9 years, under the leadership of PM Modi, with the thinking and ideology of progress of Dalit and Scheduled Caste society, Dalit, exploited, oppressed society, a new sunrise has been achieved, in what way Baba Saheb's dream of Swaraj could be achieved. It has to be completed by PM Modi and CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
Gave a befitting reply to the allegations of the oppositionRefusing to comment on Congress leader BV Srinivas's statement that he was called Ghajini, Scindia said that I do not comment on anyone's comment, I think that those who believe in India's ideology, old culture, values of every society and every person. I consider it my responsibility to bring such people in front of the public and expose them, who hurt the honour.
Dharamshala to be built in Mhow, the birthplace of Dr. Ambedkar : CM Shri Chouhan
Bhopal.Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the five pilgrimages related to the life of Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, his birth-place Mhow, shiksha-bhoomi London, deeksha-bhoomi Nagpur, Mahaparinirvan-bhoomi Delhi and Chaitya-bhoomi Mumbai is being linked to the Mukhya Mantri Teerth- Darshan scheme. A dharamshala with all facilities will be constructed in Mhow, for the convenience of the devotees coming to Mhow, the birthplace of Babasaheb Dr. Ambedkar. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was discussing with media representatives after planting saplings in the garden located in Shyamala Hills. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan paid tribute to the architect of the Constitution, Bharat Ratna Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar on his birth anniversary. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the memorial of Dr. Ambedkar has been built in Mhow by the state government. There was a demand for the construction of Dharamshala in Mhow for a long time. There was no proper arrangement for the stay of Baba Saheb’s followers who reach Mhow in large numbers every year. The state government was trying to arrange the land. Now the No Objection Certificate has been received from the Army for three and a half acres of land. By giving this land on lease to Dr. Baba Saheb Memorial Committee, Dharamshala and other necessary arrangements will be made for the convenience of the devotees.
Notification issued on 14 April, the birth anniversary of Dr. AmbedkarIt may be noted that the state government has issued a notification regarding the inclusion of the Panch teerths (five pilgrimages) of Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar in the Mukhyamantri Teerth-Darshan Yojana. From the notification issued by the Department of Religious Trust and Endowment on April 14, Ambedkar Janmasthali Mhow, Memorial at 10 King Henry's Road in Shiksha-Bhoomi London, Deeksha-Bhoomi-Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Library and Research Center Nagpur, Mahaparinirman Bhoomi - Dr. Ambedkar National Memorial New Delhi, Chaitya-Bhoomi Dr. Ambedkar Memorial Mumbai have been added to the Mukhyamantri Teerth-Darshan Yojana Rule 2012. In the notification, Sant Ravidas Temple Varanasi has also been included in the Teerth Darshan Yojana.
Madhya Pradesh achieved the achievement by appointing teachers in large numbers without noise: Prime Minister Modi
Bhopal.Taking an important decision in the interest of teachers today, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced that the previous government had passed an order to wait for several years to pay full salary to teachers, which was wrong. It will be changed and implemented afresh. Now teachers will start getting 100 percent amount of salary in the second year itself. After 70 per cent amount in the first year, there was a long wait to get 100 per cent. Now this process will be completed in one year. For this teachers will not have to wait for 4 years. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was addressing the training program of newly appointed teachers at Chief Minister's residence today.
Appointment of 22 thousand teachers is a silent practice: Prime Minister Shri ModiPrime Minister Shri Narendra Modi in his video message sent for the program said that the new education policy lays emphasis on promotion of Indian values. Teachers have been recruited extensively in Madhya Pradesh. This year 22 thousand teachers have been appointed. Congratulating all these teachers, Prime Minister Shri Modi said that it is significant that almost half of these teachers have been appointed in schools in tribal-dominated areas. The children of rural areas will get maximum benefit from their appointment. Our future generation will get benefited. Madhya Pradesh government has set a target of recruiting more than one lakh vacant posts this year. Which is a matter of happiness. There is a target of appointing 60 thousand teachers by the end of this year. The result of these efforts is that Madhya Pradesh has jumped from 17th place to 5th place in the country in the education survey. This is a big achievement of Madhya Pradesh in terms of quality of education. Madhya Pradesh achieved this feat without making noise. It takes dedication to do this kind of work. Without this this would not have been possible. In a way it is a gesture of silent meditation. This is possible with devotion towards education.
Prime Minister Shri Modi congratulated the students of Madhya Pradesh, all the teachers and the Government of Madhya Pradesh for this silent practice. He said that if you look at the life of the last few years, you will find that the people who have made the most impact in your life must be your mother and your teachers. Similarly, you also have to make a place in the hearts of your students. Your education will improve not only the present but also the future of the country. The education given by you should also bring change in the society. Congratulating the Madhya Pradesh government again for the work of appointing teachers in large numbers, the Prime Minister described this work as a unique initiative. Mentioning the important contribution of teachers in giving education to the students, he called upon the teachers to give education but do not let the student inside die.
New employment opportunities in many sectorsPrime Minister Shri Modi said that in the nectar of independence, work is being done in the country by keeping big goals and new resolutions in front. Today, new employment opportunities are being created in every field. The fast pace at which infrastructure construction is progressing in different areas today, Apart from that, new possibilities of employment are being created. Prime Minister Shri Modi said that Vande Bharat trains have been started from many places in the country. Businessmen and common people have got convenience due to their introduction. Along with this, tourism development is getting a boost. Local products are reaching far and wide through schemes like One Station One Product and One District-One Product. Mudra Yojana has also been of great help to those people who were very weak financially. The changes made by the government at the policy level have also created many employment opportunities in the startup sector of India. The government also lays special emphasis on skill development to promote employment and self-employment. Skill Development Centers have been opened in the country to provide training to the youth under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana. It has been decided to open 30 Skill India International Centers in this year's budget. In this, the youth get new age Training will be given through technology. Through the Pradhan Mantri Vishwakarma Yojana, initiative was taken to provide training to small artisans and also to link them with MSMEs.
Responsibility of building future generation on teachers: Chief Minister Shri ChouhanChief Minister Shri Chouhan said that today is an unforgettable day. The correct name of a teacher is Guru. All the teachers present here are gurus. From Guru Vashishtha and Guru Dronacharya, there were many famous gurus. If someone becomes a teacher with a sense of job, then it is important from the point of view of employment, which is also necessary. But the job of a Guru is to work with a mission sense ahead of the profession. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi is a visionary leader. Due to his determination, an agreed education policy-2020 has come to India. Education arrangements are being made under this only. School Education and Tribal Affairs Department of Madhya Pradesh deserves congratulations for implementing the new education policy well. Madhya Pradesh has come from number 17 to number 5 in the national survey. This is the result of the hard work of both the departments. Teachers have the responsibility of building the future generation. More than 22 thousand teachers have been appointed this year. All of them are welcome and it is also expected that the newly appointed teachers should fulfill the responsibility of building the future generation. Being a teacher is not just a job, it is also a task to build the society. Appointed teachers should fulfill the responsibility of building the future generation. Being a teacher is not just a job, it is also a task to build the society. Appointed teachers should fulfill the responsibility of building the future generation. Being a teacher is not just a job, it is also a task to build the society.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan told the teachers that if you want to change the children in a positive direction, then you have to change yourself first. Citing the example of different attitudes of three persons engaged in the construction of a temple, the Chief Minister said that the best approach is to act thinking that we have got an auspicious opportunity or opportunity to do this work. I will do my best to contribute. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that children are clay loins, teachers can make them as they want. If you resolve to become a teacher for yourself, then you will make your children, Will make the biggest contribution in making Madhya Pradesh and making India. You can build a new Madhya Pradesh and a new India. We can teach only by conduct, not just by speech. By creating children of character, India will stand up. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan referred to the statement of Swami Vivekananda that education makes a man a man. Shankaracharya ji had also said that education is useful in giving the right direction in this world as well as in the hereafter. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that there are three main objectives of education – to impart knowledge, skills and values of citizenship to the students.
Create kids who change the worldChief Minister Shri Chouhan said that he himself has been in the role of a teacher. Lessons of Ladli Bahna Yojana are being taught nowadays at different places of the state. He told that after MA in Philosophy in college, he was also associated with teaching work for a short time. Prior to this, in his childhood, in Jait village, he had created the identity of a speaker by explaining and explaining the meaning of Ramayana's cattle. This was the result of the guidance received from the Guru in the village school. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan also mentioned about making Madhya Pradesh anthem which is inspirational for all the citizens. The Chief Minister said that considering the average tenure of a teacher to be 30 years, then we should consider that by becoming better teachers, prepare such children who can change the world. If the role of teachers is meaningful then the society also respects the teachers and washes their feet and drinks.
Contribution of teachers of Bhairunda mentioned, also remembered the teacher of the villageChief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the teachers of Bhairunda (Nasrullaganj) supported the children by making the classes smart classes with their own funds. This is a unique example of social contribution of teachers. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan also made special mention of the guidance given by his primary teacher Shri Ratan Chand Jain. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan and other guests inaugurated the training program for newly appointed teachers. The program began with the Madhya Pradesh anthem. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan handed over appointment congratulatory letters to some teachers posted in various districts as a token. These teachers include Ms. Shefali Gurjar district Sehore, Mr. Shubham Gupta district Narmadapuram, Mr. Hukum Chand Rathore district Rajgarh, Mr. Rajesh Ghote district Betul, Ms. Mamta Goyal district Dewas and Mr. Anand Meena district Dewas. Governor Shri Mangubhai Patel and Minister of State for School Education (Independent Charge) Shri Inder Singh Parmar joined virtually. Tribal Affairs Minister Sushri Meena Singh gave the opening address. Chairman of Yoga Commission Mr. Ved Prakash Sharma, Chairman of Text-Book Corporation Mr. Shailendra Baruah, President of Maharishi Patanjali Institute Mr. Bharat Das Bairagi, President of Yoga Institute Ms. Pushpanjali Sharma, Principal Secretary School Education Mrs. Rashmi Arun Shami, Principal Secretary Tribal Affairs Smt. Pallavi Jain Govil, Commissioner Public Instruction Smt. Anubha Srivastava and other officers were present.
Council of Ministers took M.P. Decision to implement State Millet Mission Scheme
Bhopal.Today, under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the Council of Ministers decided to implement Madhya Pradesh State Millet Mission Scheme in the state. The scheme will be implemented in all the districts through the Director, Farmers' Welfare and Agriculture Development. The duration of the scheme will be of 2 years (2023-24 and 2024-25). In these two years, 23 crore 25 lakh rupees will be spent in the scheme. Improved certified seeds of coarse grains will be provided to the farmers on 80 percent subsidy from cooperative/government institutions. A state level committee will be constituted under the chairmanship of Agriculture Production Commissioner for monitoring the scheme.
Approval of amendment related to mandi fee reimbursement on wheat exportThe cabinet approved the amendment in the departmental notification on April 7, 2022, regarding reimbursement of market fee on wheat export. According to the amendment, the benefit of reimbursement of market fees will be considered on the notified agricultural produce "wheat" purchased for the purpose of export in any agricultural produce market area of the state. Reimbursement of market fees will be received on the quantity purchased from the payment slip of the notified agricultural produce “Wheat”. Mandi fees will not be reimbursed on notified agricultural commodities bought and sold by traders from other states of the country for commercial purposes. Submission of application for reimbursement of market fees will be mandatory. The amount of mandi fee reimbursement will be borne from the agricultural produce export promotion item of the budget provision of the Mandi Board.
Acceptance of inclusion of transgender in the list of backward classesThe cabinet approved the inclusion of transgenders in number 94 after number 93 in the list of Madhya Pradesh backward classes.
Administrative Approval of Dungaria Micro Irrigation Project in UjjainAdministrative approval was given by the Council of Ministers for Dungaria Micro Irrigation Project costing Rs 104 crore 74 lakh, accumulation area of 3 thousand hectare. Through the micro irrigation method, 8 villages of Mahidpur development block of Ujjain will get the benefit of irrigation facility from the project.
Revised Administrative Approval of Tiktoli Distribution ProjectRevised administrative approval was accorded by the cabinet for Tiktoli distributary (fed from Harsi high level main canal) project costing Rs.44 crore 90 lakhs, reservoir area of 3 thousand 700 hectares. The farmers of 27 villages of Gwalior district will get the benefit of irrigation facilities from the project.
other decisionsThe Council of Ministers has registered Moong and Urad in the summer year 2021-22 (marketing year 2022-23) under the Prime Minister's Annadata Income Protection Campaign (PM-AASHA) Price Support Scheme (PSS) and Price Stabilization Fund (PSF) of the Government of India. Earning from farmers, State Procurement Agency, M.P. It was decided to be done by the State Cooperative Marketing Federation Ltd.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan gave many gifts on Rehti's pride day
Bhopal.Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that Ladli Bahna Yojana is the only scheme of its kind in the world which will empower women. With the expectation of everyone's cooperation, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan announced the approval of Rs 15 crore scheme for drinking water from Narmada river in Rehti. He announced to start PG MA, M.Sc, M.Com classes in Rehti College from this session itself. The Chief Minister also announced setting up of indoor stadium and gym at Rehti and making the road up to Malibaya a four-lane line. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was addressing a huge public on the occasion of Rehti's pride day at Dussehra Maidan on Monday.
The Chief Minister expressed affection with his sisters by singing a songChief Minister Shri Chouhan got emotional while explaining the concept of Laadli Bahna Yojana and expressed his love and affection by singing “Phoolon Ka Taro Ka, Sabka Kehna Hai, Lakhoon Hazaaron Me Meri Bahna Hai”. Sisters also expressed the intensity of relations by joining the voice of the Chief Minister.
Mentioning the Mukhyamantri Kanya Vivah-Nikah Yojana, Ladli Laxmi Yojana, 50 per cent reservation for women in local elections, 50 in teacher recruitment and 30 per cent in police, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that Ladli Behna The scheme is a scheme for the self-respect of the sisters. He said that this scheme will bring change in life along with increasing love in the family, economic empowerment. He said that this is a social revolution which has started from the land of Madhya Pradesh.
Mentioning the positive results of schemes launched for women empowerment, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that today daughters are becoming millionaires and not a burden and the sex ratio has also improved. He expressed his thanks for the warm welcome accorded by the citizens of Rehti. The Chief Minister said that he will always maintain the faith of the people.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that my life has been successful and becoming the Chief Minister has been meaningful by making the Mukhyamantri Ladli Behna Yojana. I have been sensitive towards daughters and sisters since childhood. To prevent injustice towards daughters, I first made Ladli Lakshmi Yojana, whose successful implementation made the girl child a boon from a curse in the state. Now, this scheme that stems from my heart will make my sisters self-dependent and empower them socially as well. The Chief Minister said that together we will bring a new era in the state, where everyone is happy and no one has tears in their eyes. May there be happiness and smiles on everyone's faces. Brothers and sisters should walk together and develop the state.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan gifted many construction and development works on Rehti's pride day. Along with this, distributed benefits to the beneficiaries under various public welfare schemes. Member of Parliament Shri Ramakant Bhargava expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister for the development of Budhni and Sehore along with Rehti. Minister in-charge Dr. Prabhuram Chowdhary, MLA of Ichhawar and Sehore along with public representatives, officers and a large number of women and citizens were present in the Gaurav Diwas programme.
Medical Education Minister Mr. Sarang will be the working national president of All India Kayastha Mahasabha
Bhopal.Medical Education Minister Mr. Vishwas Kailash Sarang will take over the responsibility of working national president of All India Kayastha Mahasabha. In the 2-day national executive meeting of All India Kayastha Mahasabha in Prayagraj on Sunday, this responsibility was unanimously handed over to Minister Mr. Sarang. Minister Mr. Sarang was felicitated by all the community members by wearing shawl-shreephal, organ clothes and flowers.
Old wells and stepwells will be renovated and used as water sources: Chief Minister Shri Chouhan
Bhopal.Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that old wells and stepwells will be renovated and used as water sources while making all security arrangements. After the heart-wrenching incident that took place in Indore in the past, instructions were given to identify wells and stepwells in the state and take all possible measures to make them safe. The work of identifying them is going on. Wells and step wells will be useful for the society by making them safe and renovating them for the purpose of using them as water sources instead of filling them. The temple will be established again in Indore with harmony and harmony, so that the devotees can offer prayers again. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was discussing with media representatives by planting saplings in Shyamala Hills Garden.
Kaushalendra Vikram Singh IAS - left Bhopal's collectorate for union work, will complete the target first
Bhopal. Recently, some officers of the Indian Administrative Service were transferred in Madhya Pradesh. Mr. Avinash Lavania should have been discussed the most, but Mr. Kaushalendra Vikram Singh has come in the headlines. The government made him the collector of Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, but he left the post of collector and assumed the post of Managing Director of Tourism Development Corporation. Now it is being said that Mr. Kaushalendra Vikram Singh left the post of Collector of Bhopal for the sake of union work. Will first accomplish the goal and then consider an alternative.
Kaushalendra Vikram Singh IAS leaving the post of Collector is going to make a recordSoon after the appointment of Shri Kaushalendra Vikram Singh as the Collector of Bhopal, the news of change in posting naturally hit the headlines. Everyone interested in politics and administrative matters wanted to know the reason because the Collectorate of Bhopal is a powerful posting. It has been reported that Mr. Kaushalendra Vikram Singh himself has chosen the post of MD of Madhya Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation, as he wants to do an important job while holding this post.
A huge statue of Adi Guru Shankaracharya is to be installed at Omkareshwar in Madhya Pradesh. It is being claimed that this will be the largest statue in the world. Naturally an important job and carries a lot of responsibility. The Sangh has special interest in this work. Even a small mistake can cost a lot, so a request was made to the Chief Minister to hand over this work in responsible hands.
To create this record in the name of Madhya Pradesh, Kaushalendra Vikram Singh has got his posting changed.
Development of the state and welfare of the people is the aim of my life: Chief Minister Shri Chouhan
Bhopal.Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that development of the state and welfare of the people is the aim of my life. To complete this, I need the cooperation of all of you. Social revolution is going on in the state to improve the lives of sisters and daughters. If my sisters are happy then my life is successful.
730 P.M. in the state. Ratification of establishment of Shree Schools
Bhopal.A meeting of the Council of Ministers was held at Mantralaya under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan today. Council of Ministers in the state at 730 P.M. Ratified the establishment of Shree Schools. Maximum 02 schools in each development block of the state (626 in 313 development blocks) and 104 schools in urban bodies of 52 districts, in this way maximum 730 schools have been given P.M. Will be marked as Shree School. One of the identified schools will be run for primary education (Class I to VIII) and one school for higher secondary education. PM The cost of Shree School will be borne by the Center and the State in the ratio of 60:40. All 730 p.m. Annual expenditure of Rs 277 crore 40 lakh will be incurred on Shree schools. Out of which the state share will be Rs 110 crore 96 lakh per year. This project is of 5 years and during this period the expenditure burden of Rs 554 crore 80 lakh will fall on the state government. After 5 years of the scheme, it will be completely operated by the state government.
Acceptance of free government guarantee amount of Rs 29 thousand 400 crore in support price decentralized schemeThe cabinet has given free government guarantee amount of 29 thousand 400 crores for the period from April 1, 2023 to March 31, 2024, for the procurement of food grains, public distribution system and operation of other government schemes and for meeting the deficit under the support price decentralized scheme in the state. Sanctioned Rs. Apart from the amount available from the government guarantee, the finance of the remaining amount will be done from the food grain credit limit with higher rate of interest. Out of the free government guarantee, the Food Department has been given the right to re-allocate between Madhya Pradesh State Civil Supplies Corporation and Madhya Pradesh State Cooperative Marketing Federation from time to time.
Sale of spares and spare engines of government helicopter Bell-430In the tender issued by the Council of Ministers for the sale of Government Helicopter Bell-430's spares and spare engines, an amount of Rs. The decision was taken.
other decisionsWhile approving the departmental proposal for amendment in Madhya Pradesh Film Tourism Policy-2020, the cabinet authorized the empowered committee to decide the second asterisk of sub-paragraph 10.1.3 of paragraph-10 of the policy.
The cabinet approved the allotment of land to Ekatm Shikshan Samiti Bhainsoda Tehsil Nalkheda, District Agar Malwa and Bharatiya Kisan Sangh, Malwa Province Tehsil Malharganj District Indore on depositing prescribed conditions and amount.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan fulfilled his promise: Nasrullaganj was renamed as Bhairunda
Bhopal.Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that today the name of Nasrullaganj has been changed to Bhairunda. Describing the old name as a historical injustice, he said that our glory has returned after the name change. He thanked Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and Home Minister Shri Amit Shah for the historical transformation of the city.
Emotional farewell given to Prime Minister Modi at Bhopal airport
Bhopal.Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra, Chief Secretary Mr. Iqbal Singh Bains, DGP Mr. Sudhir Saxena, Divisional Commissioner Mr. Mal Singh and senior army officers gave a warm farewell to Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi at Bhopal airport.
Nominated minister-in-waiting to receive and see off the Prime Minister
Bhopal.Ministers have been designated as "ministers-in-waiting" for Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi's arrival and departure in Bhopal on April 1. Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra has been sent to Bhopal Airport, Urban Development and Housing Minister Shri Bhupendra Singh has been given helipad Lal. Parade Ground and Helipad Barkatullah University and Medical Education Minister Mr. Vishwas Kailash Sarang has been named "Minister-in-Waiting" for Rani Kamlapati Railway Station.
Shivraj government 3 years unprecedented, Yuva Morcha took out bike rally across the state
Bhopal.Yuva Morcha Provincial President Shri Panwar participated in the bike rally held in Siwani
Rs 4665.87 crore sanctioned for expansion of Amarkantak Thermal Power Station Chachai
Bhopal.Approval of “Kaushal Vikas Yojana” in agriculture mechanization sector
Approval of creation of three new tehsils
Decisions of the Council of Ministers under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Shri Chouhan
Approved for more than Rs 4 thousand 600 crore thermal power houseThe cabinet approved the capital plan of Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Company Limited for setting up a new super critical thermal power unit of 1x660 MW capacity expansion unit at Amarkantak Thermal Power Station, Chachai at a cost of Rs 4665 crore 87 lakh. Implementation of the unit M.P. Power Generating Company Limited and Coal India Limited's Subsidiary Company S.E.C.L. Will be done by a joint venture formed between For the financial support of the project, 70 percent loan will be provided by financial institutions and 15 percent equity will be provided by SECL. and the remaining 15 percent share capital by the state government from the budget of MP. Power will be made available to the generating company between the year 2022-23 to the year 2028-29. This unit is being constructed keeping in view the future energy needs of the state. There is a plan to start commercial production from the unit in the year 2027-28.
Approval of "Skill Development Scheme" in the field of agricultural mechanizationThe Cabinet approved the "Skill Development Scheme" in the field of agricultural mechanization. Under the scheme, 10-day training will be given in the drone school being established in the field of agricultural mechanization. Apart from this, in 3 years, 6 thousand youth will be given training to operate large agricultural machinery. Which will help them to establish self-employment. For this, approval of Rs 22 crore 73 lakh has been given. Its objective is to promote agricultural mechanization in the state.
Rs 539 crore sanctioned for Chentikheda major irrigation projectAdministrative approval was accorded by the cabinet for Chantikheda major irrigation project in Sheopur district costing Rs. Through micro irrigation method, 11 thousand 118 hectare area of 16 villages of Vijaypur development block and 4 thousand 112 hectare area of 16 villages of Sabalgarh development block will get benefit of irrigation facilities.
Approval for establishment of new Agriculture College in PannaThe cabinet approved the establishment of a new agricultural college in district Panna under Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University, Jabalpur. For its establishment, non-recurring expenditure of Rs 51 crore 90 lakh 35 thousand and recurring expenditure of Rs 31 crore 20 lakh 80 thousand was approved for 3 years.
other decisionsIn the financial year 2022-23, the total cost of the projects of Madhya Pradesh Power Transmission Company Limited, Jabalpur and all the three power distribution companies, by the Council of Ministers, is Rs. 948 crore 66 lakh was approved.
Focus on the upcoming elections, these instructions were given to the officers-BLO, the names of these youths will also be included in the voter list, camps will be organized in schools and colleges
Bhopal.The State Election Commission has started preparations for the upcoming elections to be held in Madhya Pradesh. The voter list is being updated by the commission. In this episode, on Sunday, Chief Electoral Officer Anupam Rajan while instructing the officers and employees said that the booth level officers of each polling station should survey their respective polling stations and check the correctness of the voter list. Complete the work of One more chance is available for rectification of electoral roll. Special care should be taken that all the members of a family have their names at the same polling station. Specially check the double entry voters and get their Aadhaar number and Composite ID number on the spot.
Modi ji took development forward: JP Nadda
Bhopal.India is no longer a taker, it is a giver, the national president said at the Prabuddhajan Samagam, Congress always tried to mislead the public
Modi ji took decisions with strengthNational President Shri Nadda said that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, taking tough decisions during the Corona epidemic, gave a huge economic package to the poor and deprived people of the country. Under this package, an amount of more than Rs 20 thousand crore was given to the MSME sector. Also, an amount of more than Rs 1 lakh crore was given for the development of agriculture infrastructure. During that time Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi provided financial assistance to the street vendors by making a policy plan. Apart from this, through the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana, 80 crore poor people of the country will get five kilos of rice free of cost per month. Five kg of wheat and one kg of pulses were made available so that no person sleeps hungry. As a result, according to the IMF report, the number of people living below the extreme poverty line in India has decreased to less than one percent. He said that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi took tough decisions with firmness for the development of the nation, whose happy results are also in front of all of us.
changed in the last nine yearsNational President Shri Nadda said that it took 20 years for the medicine for Tetanus to come in the country, 25 years for the medicine for Small Pox, 28 years for making Pulse Polio a national programme, 30 years for the medicine for TB and Japanese Encephalitis medicine for 20 years. It took 100 years. But the sign of Corona epidemic was seen in the country in January 2020 and Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi constituted a task force in April 2020. Under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, within nine months, two indigenous vaccines against corona were developed in India. Indian vaccine was delivered to 100 countries under Vaccine Friendship, in which 48 countries were given free vaccine. The most important change that has come in the last nine years under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi is that India is no longer a taker, Rather it has become a giving country. Mr. Nadda said that while the vaccination against Covid-19 vaccine was 76 percent in America and 67 percent in Europe, it was 100 percent in India. He said that the Prime Minister Shri Modi provided security cover to the 130 crore people of the country by giving 220 crore doses free of cost. But in such a critical time, the Congress leaders misled the public regarding the vaccine.
India became the fifth largest economy countryNational President Mr. Nadda said that Britain ruled India for two hundred years, but today India has become the fifth largest economy country in the world, leaving Britain behind. India has now reached the third position in car production, surpassing Japan. In 2014, 92 percent of mobiles used in India came from China. Today, 97 percent of the mobiles used in India are being manufactured in the country itself. Made in India is being written on the new Apple. India has now moved from fourth position to second position in steel production. India has become the pharmacy of the world in pharmaceuticals as it is supplying the cheapest and most effective medicines to two hundred countries. Electronics exports from India have reached 70 thousand crore rupees. In 2014, India used to produce electronics goods worth one lakh crore rupees. Today India is producing electronics items worth Rs 6 lakh crore. Before 2014, toys worth Rs 800 crore were produced in the country, but today toys worth Rs 2,600 crore are being produced. India is now exporting toys instead of importing them. Toy production has also been encouraged by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi through Local for Vocal.
BJP government is pro-active and pro-responsible governmentShri Nadda said that the vision of the Bharatiya Janata Party government is Antyodaya. All the policies and schemes of the government are made keeping in mind the labourers, poor, women, youth and farmers. In the state, under the leadership of Shivraj ji, the government is working to take forward the vision of the Centre. The double engine government is writing new dimensions of development in the state. He said that Madhya Pradesh has got a gift in the Amritkal budget. Work on 33 projects of Madhya Pradesh is going on in the railway budget. At the same time, Madhya Pradesh will also get the benefit of Eklavya schools. He said that if any state comes first in the general budget, then it is Madhya Pradesh. Madhya Pradesh government has taken out government jobs for 1 lakh 24 thousand youth, for which it deserves congratulations. State youth policy, Startup policy has also arrived. Madhya Pradesh ranks first in wheat production. At the same time, work is being done to make the sisters self-reliant through the Ladli Laxmi Bahna Yojana. He said that the Bharatiya Janata Party government is a pro-active and pro-responsible government.
For a self-reliant India, we have made a road map of self-reliant Madhya Pradesh: Shivraj SinghAddressing the Prabuddhajan Samagam, Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the country is progressing rapidly under the leadership of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. At one time the size of Madhya Pradesh's GSDP was 70 thousand crore rupees, which has increased to 13 lakh crore rupees today. Earlier the per capita income in Madhya Pradesh was Rs 11 thousand, which has now become Rs 1 lakh 40 thousand. Earlier the contribution of Madhya Pradesh in the country's GSDP was less than 3 percent, today it has increased to more than 4.6 percent. This year we have given a budget of 3 lakh 14 thousand crores. Last year we had kept a capital expenditure of Rs 48 thousand crore, this year we are spending Rs 56 thousand crore on infra. He said that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi gave the mantra of self-reliant India. We made a roadmap of self-reliant Madhya Pradesh for self-reliant India. Highways all around in Madhya Pradesh, Expressway networks are being laid. More than 4 lakh kilometers of roads have been constructed. Metro line work is going on in Bhopal-Indore. We are making a ropeway in Ujjain. By using modern technology, we are working to take Madhya Pradesh forward in every field.
BJP has always got your blessings and will continue to do soAddressing the Prabuddhajan Samagam, State President Mr. Vishnudutt Sharma said that the enlightened people have always done the work of giving new direction and cooperation to the Bharatiya Janata Party. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi in his Mann Ki Baat program brings such people of the society to the fore who are working for the society by staying behind the scenes. With the cooperation of such people, today the society has got a new direction. He said that the government and the organization have received your blessings and will continue to receive them in the future. With your suggestions, the Bharatiya Janata Party will move forward by having a dialogue. In Prabuddhajan Samagam, National Co-Organization General Secretary Mr. Shivprakash, State Incharge Mr. Murlidhar Rao, Senior Leader Dr. Satyanarayan Jatiya, Union Minister Mr. Narendra Singh Tomar, Mr. Jyotiraditya Scindia, Mr. Prahlad Singh Patel, Mr. Faggan Singh Kulaste, National General Secretary of the party Mr. Kailash Vijayvargiya, former state president and MP Mr. Rakesh Singh was on the dais. State Minister Mr. Rahul Kothari and Chairman of Skill Development Board Mr. Shailendra Sharma accepted the operation of the program. Heads of different societies and retired military officers, doctors, lawyers, educationists, dignitaries from the art world were present in the programme.
Madhya Pradesh has joined the developed states in 17 years of Shivraj government: Vishnudutt Sharma State President congratulated the Chief Minister and the youth of the state for the new youth policy of the government
Bhopal.Everyone knows what was the situation in Madhya Pradesh before 2003. Madhya Pradesh used to be a sick state. In 2003, the Bharatiya Janata Party government was formed. Today, 17 years of the tenure of our Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan is being completed and Madhya Pradesh has now joined the developed states of the country. The Shivraj government not only did a better job during the Corona crisis, but after recovering from this pandemic, is now moving towards making the state Golden Madhya Pradesh. Based on the work done by our government, the Bharatiya Janata Party government will be formed with a historic majority in the 2023 assembly elections. Bharatiya Janata Party's state president and MP Mr. Vishnudutt Sharma said this during a discussion with the media on Thursday.
At the behest of Mr. Bantadhar, Kamal Nath took away the rights and rights of the poorState President Mr. Vishnudutt Sharma said that the Congress government was formed by mistake in the 2018 assembly elections. The Kamal Nath government had put the state in a state of poverty and the entire state was immersed in rampant corruption. Kamal Nath, the Chief Minister of that government for 15 months, at the behest of Mr. Bantadhar Digvijay Singh, did the work of snatching away the rights and entitlements of the poor. For this, Congress should apologize to the people of Madhya Pradesh. Under the leadership of Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the state government was providing support to every poor of the state through the Sambal Yojana, the Kamal Nath government took away that support by closing the Sambal Yojana. Even many schemes including pilgrimage scheme for the elderly, Ladli Lakshmi scheme were stopped.
Workers are excited to welcome the National President, Union Home MinisterState President Shri Vishnudutt Sharma said that Union Cooperative and Home Minister Shri Amit Shah is coming to Chhindwara on March 25, where he will address a huge public meeting and workers' conference. Mr. Amit Shah will blow the conchshell of the resolution of Mahavijay in the state from Chhindwara. At the same time, on March 26, the national president of the world's largest political party, Mr. Jagatprakash Nadda is visiting Bhopal, who will perform Bhoomipujan of the new state office building on the auspicious occasion of Navratri. For the first time in the history of the party, the national president will address the booth presidents' conference at the Lal Parade Ground. National President Shri Nadda will listen to Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat' program at booth number 53 in Lalghati along with booth workers. Party workers of the state are excited to welcome National President Shri Nadda and Union Home Minister Shri Amit Shah.
State government's youth policy will prove to be a milestone in the development of youthState President Mr. Vishnudutt Sharma said that our state government will announce today the youth policy prepared after a wide discussion and dialogue among the youth of the entire state. For this, Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha had presented a report to the government after talking to the youth of different segments in 1070 mandals of the state, in which there were suggestions for youth policy. Youth organizations have also given their suggestions regarding youth policy to the government. Congratulating the Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan for the youth policy, the State President said that the youth policy that our government is going to announce is certainly a milestone in the development of the youth of Madhya Pradesh and a good step in the coming times. Will prove
A new and self-reliant Madhya Pradesh will be created with the cooperation of the youth: Chief Minister Shri Chouhan
Bhopal.Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that just like a bird does not keep its children in the nest, but teaches them to fly, similarly we will provide opportunities to our youth to learn various skills and prepare themselves for employment by not giving them unemployment allowance. . The implementation of Chief Minister Yuva Kaushal Earning Scheme will start from July 1. In this, the youth of the state will learn skills by associating with the best establishments, they will also learn and earn. At least 8 thousand rupees will be given to such youth every month. Establishments will also give a separate amount on their behalf. A new and self-reliant Madhya Pradesh will be built only with the cooperation of the youth. The state government is ready to make all possible arrangements and provide necessary cooperation so that the youth can fulfill their dreams and fly high in success. In this episode, the youth policy of the state is being launched today.
Chief Minister's announcements for youth welfareA separate merit list will be made for admission in MBBS and BDS for the students studying in government schools of the state. For this, 5 percent seats will be reserved in colleges.
The State Level Youth Commission will be reconstituted in the state by April 5.
Youth budget will be made from next year. It will be monitored that how much amount has been allocated for youth welfare in which schemes and how much work has been done on them.
Khelo MP Youth Games will be organized every year. It has been decided to invest about Rs 750 crore on sports and sports infrastructure from the next financial year. Sports education will be made compulsory in schools and yoga will be encouraged. A playground will be made in every village.
Global Skill Park will start in Bhopal this year. New Global Skill Parks will be set up in Gwalior, Jabalpur, Sagar and Rewa.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan announced the implementation of Mukhyamantri Yuva Kaushal Earning Scheme in the state. The youth will have the opportunity to learn and earn in the scheme. A provision of 1000 crores has been made for this in the budget. Registration for the scheme will start from June 1. The application will be made on a specially developed portal. In the scheme, eligible establishments have been added for training of youth in sectors such as industry, service sector, chartered accountant, trade, technologies related to Industry 4.0. The youth will be given an amount of at least 8 thousand rupees every month.
Incubator seats will be increased 10 times in the state. Student, mentor, startup, innovation and ecosystem based development will be done by setting up more than 10 incubators in government and private engineering colleges of the state.
Basic and advanced courses will be made available to the youth to learn German and Japanese languages.
Employment Exchange will be made a platform of Gig Works, not limited to traditional employment, so that more and more skilled youth can be given experience and employment opportunities.
With the start-up policy, a Student Innovation Fund will be created in the state at a cost of Rs 100 crore to encourage students to start business at the university level.
Vivekananda Youth Resource Centers will be set up at the district level in the state, in which arrangements will be made to help in providing benefits of various schemes including career guidance, counselling, mentoring, library.
Fellowship will be given to the youth to promote traditional and tribal folk art.
One time examination fee and registration facility is being started to participate in the recruitment process for all government posts in the state. In this, the participant will have to register only once in a year.
Youths who have passed the written examination of central examinations and are invited to Delhi for interview will be given priority free accommodation facility at Madhya Pradesh Bhavan in New Delhi.
On the lines of Maa Tujhe Pranam Yojana, youth experience tours will be started for selected youths from the state to know their state and culture.
It is important to adopt an eco-friendly lifestyleChief Minister Shri Chouhan said that Prime Minister Shri Modi is constantly motivating the youth to adopt environment friendly lifestyle. It is also necessary for the youth to contribute on their part in conserving the environment and leaving the earth safe for the next generation. Mentioning his own resolve to plant saplings everyday, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan inspired the youth to contribute in the interest of the society. The Chief Minister said that it is necessary for everyone to work for water, electricity and energy conservation at the individual level.
Be aware of youth, health and mental healthChief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the youth should also be aware of their health and mental health. New challenges are emerging due to excessive use of other digital resources including mobile. Alerting the youth about the dangers of drug use, Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that from April 1, the premises built near liquor shops are being closed in the state. Those who drink liquor in parks, roads and other public places will be punished. Strict action will be taken against the persons engaged in illegal trade of drugs.
Young achievers shared their experiencesNationally and internationally renowned young achievers of Madhya Pradesh also shared their experiences in the Youth Mahapanchayat. Mr. Anubhav Dubey, entrepreneur and founder of Chai Sutta Bar, said that "we will sell franchise to whites and every person will kiss the soil of our country and state with the tea served in Kulhad". Started with this thought "Chai Sutta Bar" has become a global brand today. Shri Dubey said that the enthusiasm of the youth is reflected in the thoughts and actions of Chief Minister Shri Chouhan.
Renowned musician and lyricist Mr. Meghdeep Bose said that the encouragement given by Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan to art and culture in the state and the prestigious programs focused on music in the state gave him inspiration and opportunities to move forward in the field of music. Mr. Bose also appreciated the improvement in the state's roads over the years. Olympian Shri Vivek Sagar Prasad said that it is not easy to move forward in the field of sports. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan is making every possible effort to encourage sports activities in the state. International level sports infrastructure and guidance of coaches are available in the state.
Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan presented awards to State Youth Award winners Mr. Ankit Lakhera, Mr. Shubham Chauhan, Ms. Saina Qureshi, Ms. Sakshi Bhardwaj, Kumari Muskan Ahirwar and Mr. Shruti Tiwari.
A large number of students including youth beneficiaries of various welfare schemes, young achievers from different walks of life, students and young professionals participated. Youths from Bhopal, Raisen, Sehore, Rajgarh, Vidisha, Indore, Ujjain, Dewas, Agar Malwa, Shajapur, Harda, Narmadapuram, Sagar, Guna and Ashoknagar also participated in the mahapanchayat. Youth from all other districts of the state connected virtually.
Major achievements of the state government in 03 years - at a glance
Journey of development
Vikas Yatra became a great yagya to change the lives of the people.
Starting from the occasion of Sant Ravidas Jayanti on February 5, 2023, till March 7, 2023, 230 Vikas Yatras were taken out in all the 230 assembly constituencies of the state.
'Vikas Pataka' was hoisted in Vikas Yatras and 'Vikas Rath' became the center of attraction.
Total launch - about Rs 3800 crore (amount)
Total inauguration - more than 40 thousand 700 (works)
Total Bhoomi-Pujan - about 6541 crore rupees (amount)
Total Bhoomi-Pujan - more than 30 thousand 700 (work)
Total applications – more than 9 lakh 92 thousand received, more than 8 lakh 70 thousand approved
Visit to government institutions - 33,658
Social Awareness/ Cultural Programs - 26,935
Total covered villages - 52 thousand 245
Total covered urban wards - 7,675
Pravasi Bharatiya Divas
Madhya Pradesh got the privilege of organizing the 17th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas Convention.
Indore became the home of the whole world for 3 days.
More than 3500 delegates from more than 70 countries.
We opened the doors of our hearts and homes to welcome the Indian diaspora.
Migrants from more than 66 countries planted saplings in the Namo Global Garden.
Interacted with more than 200 members of Friends of MP.
The Chief Minister had 16 one-to-one meetings with the migrant representatives who wanted to invest in Madhya Pradesh.
Honorable Prime Minister graced the opening ceremony and 3 Presidents graced the closing ceremony.
The brand image of Madhya Pradesh has now reached the whole world.
Global Investors Summit
Two day Global Investors Summit organized in continuation of Pravasi Bharatiya Divas.
The entire event was organized on the theme of 'Future Ready Madhya Pradesh'.
Delegates from 84 countries participated. We had 10 partner countries.
More than 5 thousand delegates including 447 international business delegates, 401 international buyer-seller participated.
More than 7 thousand delegates saw the exhibition of Madhya Pradesh.
All the countries of G-20 participated in the summit.
More than 2600 B-to-B and more than 200 B-to-G meetings took place.
More than 5 thousand business representatives participated. Sectoral sessions were held for 20 different sectors.
Record investment proposals worth Rs 15 lakh 42 thousand 514 crore were received. More than 29 lakh employment opportunities will be created through these.
Organization of G-20 meetings
India has got the opportunity to chair the G-20 group under the leadership of Honorable Prime Minister.
Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam 'One Earth-One Family-One Future' is the theme of G-20.
A total of 8 meetings are being held in Madhya Pradesh from January 13 to September 20, 2023 at Bhopal, Indore and Khajuraho.
Delegates and subject experts from the country and abroad are deliberating deeply on subjects like good governance, culture, agriculture, environment.
Successfully organized 3 meetings so far.
Due to the organization of these meetings, the image of the state is getting bright all over the world.
Khelo India Youth Games- 2022
The hosting of Khelo India Youth Games made the environment of Madhya Pradesh playful.
Khelo India Youth Games to be held from 30 January to 11 February 2023.
27 sports were organized in total 9 cities including 8 cities of the state and Delhi. More than 6 thousand players from all over the country participated.
Madhya Pradesh stood third by getting 39 gold medals in the Khelo India Games.
Girls had 40 percent participation in the games. Many traditional games also got a platform.
The theme song of Khelo India Games 'Hindustan Ka Dil Dhadka Do' created a place in everyone's heart.
The players showed enthusiasm, determination and passion. Many records broken.
The Madhya Pradesh government will leave no stone unturned in the popularization of sports and development of sports culture.
Record recruitment on government posts - special campaign of the government
Target of recruitment on more than 1 lakh 26 thousand government posts in 1 year.
Recruitment process has started for about 99 thousand posts.
Recruitment has been done for 7 thousand Patwari, 15 thousand 700 teacher, 2600 deputy engineer, 6500 para medical staff, forest guard, 2200 jail warden, 2700 assistant grade steno and 7500 police constable posts.
For the first time in the history of Madhya Pradesh, government recruitment on such a large scale simultaneously.
The aim is to fill the backlog posts in this campaign.
Transgenders got equal rights with men and women in government recruitment.
Chief Minister Public Service Campaign
Our target is to bring 100 percent saturation in beneficiary oriented schemes.
Chief Minister's public service campaign was run from 17 September to 31 October 2022, the birthday of the honorable Prime Minister.
In 38 beneficiary-oriented schemes, the target is to provide benefits to every eligible but deprived beneficiary.
Organization of more than 28 thousand 600 camps at gram panchayat and urban ward level.
More than 83 lakh new beneficiaries were added, to whom the work of distribution of benefits is going on.
People's participation - Madhya Pradesh became a model state
Energy literacy campaign started to encourage energy conservation. More than 12 lakh citizens connected.
Organization of Village Pride Day / City Pride Day.
Sprout program for environmental protection.
Adopt an Anganwadi campaign for rejuvenation of Anganwadis. Amount and material collected more than Rs 37 crore
Corona Management by Crisis Management Group.
Statewide drug addiction campaign started from 02 October 2022.
yoga wellness program
Save girl child, make drug free society, save energy, save water, plant trees, active participation of public in the works of cleanliness
Planting trees has now become a mass movement. The seedling campaign started on June 5, 2021, on the occasion of World Environment Day. So far more than 16 lakh citizens have planted more than 38 lakh 65 thousand saplings. Apart from this, more than 30 lakh saplings have been planted in special tree plantation drives organized from time to time.
The Chief Minister took a holy resolution to plant trees everyday. Planted more than 2200 saplings from 19 February 2021 to 18 March 2023.
Participation in public welfare by utilizing the capabilities of reputed social and spiritual organizations – cow sanctuary, mid-day meal, tree plantation, strengthening of Anganwadi, human welfare projects started through them .
We became number one in the country
Madhya Pradesh became the number one state in the country with a share of 46% in the country's total wheat exports. Record export of more than 21 lakh metric tonnes of wheat.
We were number one in the country in wheat procurement in the year 2020-21.
Madhya Pradesh ranks first in the country by approving cases worth more than 4 thousand crores in the Agriculture Infrastructure Fund.
State's first position in the implementation of the first phase of PM Swanidhi Yojana.
Madhya Pradesh ranks first in the country on the basis of Ayushman card number.
First in the country in the quality of roads under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana.
State Statistics Commission (Madhya Pradesh is the first state in the country, where such a commission has been formed)
Constitution of Madhya Pradesh Yoga Commission
Constitution of Madhya Pradesh Backward Classes Welfare Commission
Reconstitution of Madhya Pradesh General Classes Welfare Commission
Constitution of Madhya Pradesh Vishwakarma Welfare Board
Formation of Madhya Pradesh State Welfare Board
Constitution of Madhya Pradesh State Medicinal Plants Board.
Constitution of Madhya Pradesh Migrant Labor Welfare Commission.
Establishment of Mineral Engineering Institute, Singrauli.
New Policies / New Schemes
Youth Policy – 2023
Startup Policy 2022
Science, Technology and Innovation Policy – 2022
State Nutrition Policy and Nutrition Strategy
Ethanol and Biofuel Policy
Madhya Pradesh Film Tourism Policy – 2020
Mukhyamantri Balika E-Scooty Yojana (for meritorious daughters of government schools coming in merit in class 12th)
New Chief Minister's Skill Apprenticeship Scheme to provide free technical training to one lakh youth.
Crop diversification scheme implemented to encourage production of profitable crops in place of traditional crops.
'Crop Residue Management Scheme' implemented to discourage the practice of burning Narvai. Farmers are getting subsidy for the machine for preparing straw from narwai.
A special incentive scheme implemented to encourage primary processing. Under this, assistance is being given to the rural youth for setting up a custom hiring center by giving subsidy on the purchase of machines.
Mukhyamantri Yuva Annadoot Yojana implemented with the aim of giving opportunity to the youth of the state to do the work of transportation of ration material from the supply center to the fair price shops.
Implementation of Mukhyamantri Ration Aapke Gram Yojana started in 20 tribal-dominated districts.
Devaranya scheme implemented for the cultivation of medicinal and aromatic plants.
Hemoglobinopathy mission implemented in 89 tribal-dominated development blocks to prevent sickle cell anemia.
A new scheme has been launched to provide employment abroad to youths belonging to backward classes.
Mukhyamantri Ladli Laxmi Yojana made to help girls in college studies. Reimbursement of Rs.25 thousand in two installments.
Such an excise policy has been made, which discourages the consumption of alcohol. Restricted in the new policy. Liquor shops will not open up to 100 meters of educational institutions. No new liquor shop will be opened in the state. Liquor shops will be removed from the vicinity of religious places. Driving license will be canceled for 6 months if caught driving after drinking alcohol for the first time, for 2 years if caught for the second time and for life if caught for the third time.
Revolutionary reforms in labor laws – These reforms were implemented keeping in mind the health of the workers and their interests.
Self- employment schemes for weaker sections – for the first time in the history of the state
Tantya Mama Economic Welfare Scheme.
Bhagwan Birsa Munda Self-Employment Scheme.
Sant Ravidas Self-Employment Scheme.
Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Economic Welfare Scheme.
Chief Minister Scheduled Caste-Tribe Special Project Funding Scheme.
Savitri Bai Phule Self-Help Group Scheme.
Enterprise Scheme for Backward and Minorities
Self-employment scheme for backward and minority classes.
Chief Minister Vimukt, Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Self-Employment Scheme.
Screws on mafia, goons, miscreants and terror
The government rooted out the dacoit problem and destroyed all the big listed gangs.
For the first time in the last 32 years, in a single year (2022), 6 Naxalites carrying a reward of Rs 1 crore 14 lakh were killed.
Action to crush all types of mafia and bullies like land mafia, chit fund mafia, liquor mafia, sand mafia, ration mafia, adulteration mafia etc.
Bulldozers were fired at the homes of mothers, sisters and daughters who raised their eyes.
About 23 thousand acres of land was made free from land mafia. The value of this land is more than 15 thousand crore rupees.
Law made for recovery of damage to government property due to stone pelting.
Religious Freedom Act implemented to stop forceful, persuasive marriage and religious conversion.
Madhya Pradesh's contribution to India's GDP increased from 3.6% to 4.8%.
In the year 2021-22, the state's growth rate at the prevailing rates was the highest in the country at 19.74%.
Record capital expenditure of more than 75 thousand crore rupees in the last 02 financial years.
Infrastructure development (electricity, road, water)
Our gross energy capacity has increased to more than 28 thousand MW.
Asia's largest solar plant of 750 MW started in Rewa .
World's largest 600 MW floating solar power plant being built at Omkareshwar. Commencement of first phase proceedings.
In the last two financial years, about 12 thousand crore rupees have been spent on construction, upgradation and renovation of roads of more than 8 thousand kilometers and 69 bridges have been constructed
. Road construction works worth more than Rs 27 thousand crore are in progress under the National Highway in the state. In the last 3 years, under the National Highway Project, routes worth more than Rs 17 thousand 500 crore have been approved.
India's first aqueduct tunnel and India's widest and Madhya Pradesh's longest tunnel 'Rewa-Sidhi 6 lane tunnel' was dedicated to the public.
Action has been initiated for the construction of 299 km long Atal Pragati Path, 900 km long Narmada Pragati Path and 676 km long Vindhya Expressway .
Rope-ways will be built at 14 locations in the state. A project of Rs 209 crore has been approved by the Government of India for the construction of a rope-way from Ujjain railway station to Shri Mahakal Mahalok.
International level greenfield airport and mega investment area will be built between Bhopal and Indore. A total of more than 25 thousand acres of land has been identified. It is possible to create 6 lakh new jobs through this.
New irrigation potential of more than 6 lakh hectare developed in the last 3 years. The total irrigation potential reached 45 lakh hectares.
Under the Jal Jeevan Mission, tap-water schemes worth Rs 58 thousand 800 crore have been approved so far. About 57 lakh (48%) rural households have been provided tap water. 100% coverage of more than 7000 villages.
The construction work of 5 thousand 372 nectar lakes has been started in the rural areas of the state, more than the target of 3 thousand 900. Out of these, 2 thousand 648 Amrit Sarovars have been constructed at a cost of Rs 450 crore, as a result of which water filling capacity of 3 crore cubic meters has been developed.
The Ken-Betwa link project costing more than Rs 44 thousand 600 crore has been approved by the Government of India.
In the last 3 years, benefits worth more than Rs 2 lakh 25 thousand crore have been transferred to the farmers' accounts.
In the last 2 years, agricultural loans worth more than Rs 32 thousand crore were given at zero percent interest rate.
Rs 10,000 per annum help to the farmers by including Rs 4,000 from the Chief Minister Kisan Kalyan Yojana in the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi.
The government paid insurance claims of more than 17 thousand crore rupees.
Crop diversification scheme implemented to encourage production of profitable crops in place of traditional crops.
More than 60 thousand farmers got registered for natural farming in 1 lakh 86 thousand hectare area. The government is giving grant of Rs 900 per month to the farmers for the rearing of indigenous cows.
The rates of relief on human loss, animal loss were continuously increased. In 2003, assistance in RBC on loss of life was only Rs 50 thousand, it was increased to Rs 4 lakh. Only Rs 625 was given for animal loss, it was increased from Rs 16 to Rs 30 thousand.
A new social revolution started through Chief Minister's Residential Land Rights Scheme and Chief Minister's Urban Land Rights Scheme. So far, more than 40 thousand pattas have been distributed to landless families.
The dream of owning a house is coming true with the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana. Construction of about 41 lakh houses completed against more than 55 lakh approved houses in rural and urban areas.
Interest-free loans were given to more than 10 lakh small businessmen through PM Swanidhi Yojana and Chief Minister Rural Path Vendor Scheme.
Under the Sambal scheme, benefits worth more than Rs 3 thousand 700 crore have been distributed to about 4 lakh beneficiaries. More than 13 lakh eligible beneficiaries connected in Sambal-2.
So far, more than 9 lakh 37 thousand land rights letters have been distributed under the Swamitva Yojana.
So far, about 8 lakh senior citizens have done pilgrimage under the Mukhyamantri Teerth-Darshan Yojana. Pilgrimage will also start by aeroplane. Pilgrimage-darshan scheme is also being started for the disabled.
Ayushman cards made for more than 3 crore 54 lakh beneficiaries of the state. More than 25 lakh patients got free treatment.
Deendayal Rasoi Kendras increased from 56 to 145.
Free gas connections to about 82 lakh women under Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana.
More than 5 lakh 75 thousand daughters were benefited by the expenditure of more than 1300 crores in Chief Minister Kanya Vivah-Nikah, Kalyani Vivah, disabled marriage schemes. The assistance payable per girl child has been increased from Rs 51 thousand to Rs 55 thousand. Now not marriage material, decision to give check amount to daughters.
Assistance to more than 4 thousand 700 children being given under Chief Minister Bal Ashirwad Yojana and Chief Minister Kovid Bal Seva Yojana.
The process of legalizing and regularizing old illegal colonies in 413 urban bodies of Madhya Pradesh with a nominal fee has been started.
Suraj colonies are being built for the poor on the land freed from the land mafia.
Cooperation of reputed social organizations will be obtained for the welfare of children, women, handicapped, destitute and senior citizens etc. The state government will agree to social impact bonds worth Rs 1,000 crore.
weaker section welfare
PESA Rule-2022 - Beginning of a new social revolution of empowerment of tribes with social harmony. Gram Sabhas got rights on subjects like water, forest, land, women empowerment, protection of traditions and culture and labour.
Statues and memorials were made of tribal leaders like Bhagwan Birsamunda, Shankarshah, Raghunathshah and Tantya Mama.
827 forest villages of the state are being converted into revenue villages. So far, action has been completed in more than 450 villages.
In the year 2007, where the tendu leaves collection rate was Rs.450/- per standard bag, in the year 2022 it has been increased to Rs.3000/- per standard bag.
Habibganj railway station in Bhopal was named after Rani Kamalapati and Patalpani railway station was named Jannayak Tantya Bhil station.
Diet grant scheme became a boon for Baiga, Sahariya, Bharia families – women getting assistance of 285 crores every year.
Coaching for NEET, CLAT, JEE entrance exams being given under Akanksha Yojana. More than 800 students benefited every year.
Medical colleges have been named after Lord Birsa Munda and King Hriday Shah. Similarly Chhindwara University was named after Raja Shankar Shah.
In the last 3 years, benefits worth more than Rs 24 thousand 600 crore were distributed to more than 1 crore 42 lakh scheduled caste beneficiaries.
The government was successful in conducting local body elections with backward class reservation.
Vimukt Jati Divas is being celebrated every year on 31st August.
Under the Forest Rights Act, more than 35 thousand canceled claims are valid.
Revolutionary amendment in Moneylending Act. Moneylenders cannot charge more than 15% interest.
Decision to build a grand memorial of Sant Ravidas ji at Sagar at a cost of Rs 100 crore.
Tribal Cell established for the first time in Raj Bhavan for effective implementation of tribal schemes.
Decision to set up a special museum in Indore with the aim of preserving the culture, knowledge, art and traditions of the liberated, nomadic, semi-nomadic communities.
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Over 110 Staff give farewell to prime minister Singh
13 may, 2014 Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was given a standing ovation by his staff at South Block on Tuesday during a farewell they hosted for him. It also saw some moist eyes.
Around 110 staff of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) gathered at South Block to give a farewell to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who steps down on May 17 after a decade at the helm of the country.
I am very thankful to you all for you service to the nation. May God bless You
Manmohan Singh told the PMO staff: "I am very thankful to you all for your service. May god bless you."
Some of the staff who have interacted with the prime minister during the 10 years of United Progressive Alliance (UPA) rule were seen wiping away their tears, the official added.
Present along with Manmohan Singh were National Security Advisor Shivshankar Menon, Principal Secretary Pulok Chatterjee, Prime Minister's Advisor T.K.A. Nair and his Media Advisor Pankaj Pachauri.
The farewell was hosted in the specious corridor of the PMO.
It was held Tuesday as May 14 is a holiday on account of buddha Purnima, said a source.
The prime minister will hold his last cabinet meeting may 17 morning, before handing over to hte president the regignation of his government to allow formation of a new regime.
Some TV cameras and news photographers were present on the occasion.The 10-phase Lok Sabha elections, which were held in 28 states and seven union territories, began April 7 and ended Monday. The millions of votes will be counted Friday.
Modi may Contest from UP : BJP Secy
Our Correspondent, 3 July 2013
BJP secretary Rameshwar Chaurasia on Tuesday said that BJP campaign committee chief Narendra Modi might contest the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls from Uttar Pradesh.
Speaking in Varanasi, Chaurasia who is the secretary-in-charge of state BJP unit, said that Modi may contest the parliamentary polls from Lucknow, Allahabad or Varanasi He said that while the decision is yet to be taken the BJP is confident of an impressive performance in the state. Speculation regarding Modi contesting from Lucknow or any other seat in UP has been going around for the last few weeks.
Uttar Pradesh has been the weak link in the BJPs gameplan to emerge victorious in the Lok Sabha polls and the party is desperate to revive the state unit. Modis close aide Amit Shah was appointed the general secretary incharge of BJP in the state, and Modi is said to be personally involved in preparing the strategy for reviving the party in the state.
Jai Manavta Party and Jan-Sangharsh Virat Party registered as political parties
Our Correspondent, 26 June 2013
Election Commission of India has registered 2 new political parties in Madhya Pradesh. It has registered Jai Manavta Party, 1-Samriddhi Parisar, Near Sahu Aata Chakki, Lalita Nagar, Kolar Road, Bhopal and Jan-Sangharsh Virat Party, Lane No-2, Near Bhooteshwar Mandir, Sant Ravidas Ward, Sagar. The commission registered Jai Manavta Party on May 27, 2013 and Jan-Sangharsh Virat Party on May 16, 2013.
Registration given by the commission will not entitle these parties for any other election symbol. Candidates formally fielded by these parties in election will be eligible for preference in election symbol allotment over independent candidates. Presidents of both parties will have to present a report to the commission under provisions of Representation of Peoples Act, 1951. They will also have to give details of their PAN number in the report. They will have to provide details of PAN number within six months of submitting report. The commission has also made it clear that this has nothing to do with flags of parties.
On the commissions directive, Chief Electoral Officer has sent information about registration of both parties and directed to apprise District Election Officers and Assistant District Election Officers of this. List of all recognised political parties is also available on the commissions website.
Digvijay's son joins Congress party
Our Correspondent, 20 June 2013
Bhopal : AICC general secretary and former chief minister Digvijay's son officially joined the Congress party on Wednesday. The senior Congress leader's 26-year-old son Jaivardhan Singh joined the primary membership of the party in Raghogarh. Both Digvijay and his brother Laxman Singh took turns and represented Raghogarh assembly constituency in the 1990s and till 2008.
Sources in the party said that Digvijay Singh and Laxman Singh apparently want to hand-over the assembly seat to Jaivardhan Singh. Digvijay and Jaivardhan participated in the Raghogarh block Congress committee meeting on Wednesday.
At the meeting, it was decided that Jaivardhan Singh will contest the assembly elections in November from the Raghogarh seat which his father represented as chief minister of Madhya Pradesh. A proposal to this effect will be sent ot 24, Akbar Road for approval of the party high-com-mand.
During the Raghogarh block Congress committee meeting, Jaivardhan officially joined the primary membership of the party.
ECI instructs officials to ensure 85% turnout
Our Correspondent, Chennai, 20 June 2013
Bhopal : Director general of Election Commission of India (ECI) Akshay Raut on Wednesday instructed state officials to ensure 85% voter turnout in the upcoming assembly elections. He is in the state to review election preparations. He has sought a detailed plan for increasing the turnout by July 5. He interacted with representatives from all 50 districts of the state at the office of the chief electoral officer. Raut, along with deputy election commissioner of India Alok Shukla, will prticipate in a media workshop and hold discussions through video-conferencing with divisional commissioners and district collectors at 2 pm on Thursday. During the last assembly polls, the average voter turnout in the state was 70%.
Jayalalithaa Amma the best choice for a national leader role in 2014 : NRI SURVEY
Our Correspondent, Chennai, 20th March 2013
Nearly 40% of the 1.22 billion population of India will decide the political destiny in Red Fort in 2014. The main agenda is that the current politicians must mirror youthful ambitions, ideals and aspirations. Otherwise, India will find itself trapped in the old and obsolete. For progress to come, prosper and continue India needs progressive leaders who think beyond the individual and interest group, the only interest group should be for India and its place in the global community.
This book attempts to explain why Jayalalithaa Amma is important. What qualities does she possess that makes her the best among the other leaders? This book is not an autobiography of Jayalalithaa Amma, but an assessment of the positive and negative qualities of each leader who appears to be in the run for prime minister. It is intended to provide a sketch or profile of Indias leaders, past and present, and to underscore how Jayalalithaa compares with them overall. It is a simple document portraying the good leaders available to us now. The book fully explains why Amma has emerged as the best choice for a national leader role in 2014.
Dr Pon Mohaideen Pitchai, Author, Amma Metamorphosis into National Leader, says, India has produced great engineers, IT specialists and scientists who have contributed globally, but seems to be incapable of grooming its own leaders to lead it towards a better future . As a Human Resource expert, I am keenly aware of the nuances in the behaviour of other people. I have extensive knowledge of leadership behaviour in general. It is one of my responsibilities to guide and help improve the young population of people aged between 18 and 35, who will be the ones to decide the fate of the Central Government in 2014. They must decide on who exactly are the right people to govern this country. They must select the best PM candidate who can drive us all to development. The opinions aired here come only with the best intentions, and are meant to support Ammas government efforts in the future. People must know the reality of her contributions and challenges she has faced as a public servant.
I had talked to many people who are all educated and well-versed in Indian politics. 75% of them appreciated Ammas motivation and future plan to uplift Tamil Nadu. Amma has shown courage, tenacity and a strong willpower to overcome all obstacles, and also shrewdness in judging the pulse of the public. She has all the qualities of leadership charisma, oratorical skills, intelligence, administrative ability, quick grasp, etc. She has grown away from her intemperate style and is one of Indias great leaders. For all the above reasons, I had the urge to do an opinion survey and bring the good deeds of Amma in front of the people. This will only help in developing the good future of India.
More than 500 people were interviewed in the past year during the initial stages of writing this book. The interviews were conducted on an informal basis in India, the GCC countries, Australia, Canada, UK, Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Thailand. A Competency Grid was prepared by the author for Rahul, Modi and Jayalalithaa for comparing their Leadership Levels and Amma came out to be the strongest and most credible candidate for Prime Minister.
The book covers the Indian Political and socio economic struggle showcasing the review of the political parties in India. The books also throw a light on the Indias leadership vacuum, that how it had faced the shortage of the true leaders and the awful effects of it. There is also a take on the earlier leaders who have helped in building the future of India. The author has also compared a few politicians on certain parameters (Experience, leadership skills, national outlook, Economic Knowledge etc.) as to come on a conclusion of the best contender for the next PM. Then finally is the Metamorphosis of the Amma, her achievements, her SWOT Analysis as a National Leader, an overview of her Governments performance etc.
About the Author
Dr Pon Mohaideen Pitchai was born in Tiruppatur, Sivaganga District of Tamil Nadu in 1954. He is a BBA Graduate of APSA College, with an MA Social Work from Madurai Institute of Social Sciences, MBA from University of Bradford UK, and Doctorate from Madurai Kamaraj University. He is a well known Human Resource Expert in Dubai.
He has served with both Local and International Organizations, in a Senior Management Capacity and as an HR Advisor. He has contributed to establish and implement best HR Practices in the Dubai Governments business entities. He was a regular column writer for Gulf News, Dinamani and Dinamalar.
He is a regular Contributor in the Expert Advice Column in the Jobs and Careers section of Gulf News Dubai. He has served as a Senior HR Advisor to the Dubai Properties Group (DPG) of Dubai Holding which belongs to the government of Dubai. He is an ardent social worker, active philanthropist and responsible Indian citizen who care for his countrys Human Resource Development.
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