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30 thousand crore deposited in accounts of farmers

Bhopal. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the state government has done the work of depositing about Rs 30 thousand crores of different schemes in the accounts of farmers. The Mukhya Mantri Jan Kalyan Yojana is being launched from June 13 to connect the every poor with social security. The state government has decided that the law of Ladli Laxmi scheme will be enacted, for which the bill will be brought in the forthcoming assembly session. The Vikas Yatra will be celebrated from June 23 to July 06 in the state. The Yatra will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 23. Chief Minister Chouhan was in a direct dialogue with the students, labourers and farmers under 'Dil Se' programme.

Education is a fundamental right - Chief Minister said that today 22 thousand talented students have been given funds for laptops. The state government has decided that laptops will be given to all the students who get more than 75 percent marks in Class 12th. With this, more than 40 thousand other than 22 thousand students will be given laptops. Students who have scored more than 70 percent marks in the 12th Board were provided career counseling.

In the second phase, students who score less than 70 percent marks will be counselled. Counseling of students who have not passed will be counseled in the third phase. Students who have not passed should not be disappointed as there is no dearth of opportunities. Acquiring education is the basic right. No child in Madhya Pradesh will be deprived of education due to lack of funds.

Mukhya Mantri Jan Kalyan Yojana to begin from June 13 - Chief Minister said that the farmers of the state have been given assistance of Rs 30 thousand crores in the last one year in different schemes including Mukhya Mantri Krishak Samriddhi Yojana, Incentives on Support Price, drought relief and Crop Insurance Scheme. The state government is determined to make agriculture a profit hub. There have been taken many measures for this. The Mukhya Mantri Jan Kalyan Yojana is a scheme that will transform the lives of the poor. Through this scheme, work is being done to give justice to the exploited, deprived and suffering class. In this, all basic needs of the poor will be fulfilled. This scheme is going to start on June 13. In this, assistance will be given to the poor for housing pattas, education of children, medical assistance, maternity assistance, assistance on death and help in skill development.

Special Camp for electricity bills in July-August Month - CM has said that the state government has taken a decision to simplify the electricity bills. Special camps will be held in cluster of villages in the month of July and August, in which certificates of zero bills will be given to the registered labourers of Mukhyamantri Jan-Kalyan Yojana by collecting bills. In this way, the arrears of their bills will be paid by the state government. After this, electricity bills at the flat rate of Rs. 200 per month will be provided to them. Moreover, the state government has decided to enact law of Ladli Laxmi Yojana. State has 27 lakh 80 thousand Ladli Laxmis till now. Law will help better implementation of the scheme, he added.

Plantation campaign at large scale from July 15 - Chouhan further mentioned that at the initiative of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the United Nations has declared June 21 as the Yoga Day. Yoga is must to keep body healthy. The Prime Minister Modi has transformed Swachchta into a public campaign. Work will be carried out make all the cities of the state clean. He stated that a wide level plantation campaign will be conducted in the state from July 15 to August 15. He congratulated citizens, who participated in rivers’ deepening work, which has been carried out in the state in the month of June. River conservation work has been undertaken under the Narmada Seva Mission. Chouhan has mentioned that every citizen must cooperate for the progress of the state. Citizens must give their best to make Madhya Pradesh a best state, he added.