Development of State is my aim
Bhind. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the development of the state is my aim. I am committed to the welfare of the people and development of the state with complete determination. He said that the elections should be contested on the basis of development and not on casteism. Chouhan said this during a public meeting at Sakraya village in Ater tehsil of Bhind district. The Chief Minister also announced to meet all the demands presented by the villagers.
Chouhan said that the state government was working for the last 13 years to make the state the leading state of the country. Our aim is to double the income of the farmer.
CM said that he had come to Sakraya to fulfil the promises he had made to the people of Ater region. He announced to approve all the demands of the villagers, construction of Shantidham and sports ground, road way from Surpura to Sakraya, pond, bridge in the SC/ST locality and making all roads of the village of cement-concrete.
The Chief Minister presented Rs one lakh cash to girls who sang devotional songs during his last trip, Rs 25,000 each to disabled girl child Varsha Prajapati, Kumari Tulsi through the Chief Minister’s Voluntary Fund.
Chief Minister said that the applications of villagers for different government schemes will be examined and redressed at the earliest amd each eligible person will be connected to the scheme. He said that those villagers who do not have a land for housing, they will be provided housing construction fund under Chief Minister’s Housing Scheme.