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Late Dave’s last rites will take place with full state honours as per his last wish at Bandrabhan on May 19 at the spot where Nadi Mahotsava is organized. There will be a two-day state mourning on May 18 and 19.
Chouhan today gave a message of “Integrated Cleanliness” and set an example for others by cleaning filth in Amarkantak. Terming cleanliness must for the community, the Chief Minister said that every citizen should come forward to work committedly for cleanliness.
Bhuriya Bai says that her life is blessed by the Narmada Seva yatra. She is taking Narmada’s darshan every day since last 5 months. There are no concern about the meals and halt during the yatra and she is getting a reward being virtue from Ram-naam lekhan in the spare time.
Chouhan’s announcement on April 18 to increase support price of Mahua flower and Mahua Gulli collection from Rs 14 to Rs 30 per kg, the flower collectors have been reaching the centres in large numbers to sell their products.
Chouhan visited his new farmhouse situated at Nimkhiriya village to see horticulture crops. He also took stock of the Milk Chilling Centre under construction. The Chief Minister inspected the Basenagar farmhouse also.
The project is targeted at adolescent girls in the age group 10-19, particularly those in the vulnerable sections and is designed to enhance their health, social and economic well-being.
State government is making continuous efforts in the direction of making farming a profitable business. Soil health cards have been made available to farmers with which the farmers will be able to get their land tested and increase production of crops.
Road safety audit of new roads should be conducted by an independent agency to facilitate road construction with technical improvement and quality.
This scheme will facilitate 70 litres water per day to each person through domestic water connection. Water will be provided in every home through pipeline. All the measures will be undertaken to purify the water.
Minister for Energy has appealed to all the contractual, outsource persons and forum to join the work immediately ending their strike. He further mentioned that their remaining demands will be considered with sympathy after they resume works.
Collection of Mahua Phool and Mahua Gulli at Rs 30 per kg, State Minor Forests Produce Federation has issued order to all managing directors of all district forests produce unions.
Arya gave suggestions for neem plantation by the Forest department in these districts preparing a new action plan.
Seeds and flowers of Mahua will be purchased at the rate of Rs. 30 per k.g. now which is being sold at the rate about Rs. 15 per k.g. at present.
Narmada seva yatra is a non political yatra which has been started with a pious objective. Narmada Maiyya is our lifeline. The yatra has been started to make Narmada’s flow incessant, to generate awareness and to understand responsibilities towards Narmada.
‘Heritage Walk’ will be organised from Rani Kamlapati Palace on April 18 at 7.00 a.m. to get acquainted with the heritage memorials of Bhopal. The walk covering Hammam, Gouhar Mahal, Moti Masjid, Iqbal Maidan, Sheesh Mahal, Shoukat Mahal will culminate at Sadar Manzil.
Successful execution of the second phase of Gramoday Se Bharat Uday Abhiyan to be held between April 14 and May 31 should be ensured.
It may be mentioned that concrete efforts have been made in Madhya Pradesh to ensure participation of farmers in irrigation management. Madhya Pradesh is second after Andhra Pradesh where legal provisions have been made for this.
People and the state machinery became one during the yatra to eradicate social evils besides Narmada’s conservation. Enthusiasm, commitment and gratefulness towards Narmada were remarkable.
Shreyansh, a resident of Jabalpur suffering from Progeria disease who was made Chairman of Commission for a day reviewed the activities of the commission and appealed to the State Government to make arrangement for free medical treatment of this disease.
Women Self-Help Groups will be formed by the Animal Husbandry department to produce bio-fertilisers from cattle dung and other waste.
Easy availability of irrigation, power and other agriculture resources for the farmer has resulted in bumper rise in agricultural production in the Madhya Pradesh.
CM congratulated Pandram and extended good wishes for her bright future. Chouhan told Smt. Pandram to cooperate in efforts being undertaken for empowerment of women and girls as an Ambassador of Women Empowerment.
Efforts should be made in the direction that MANREGA should contribute for prosperity of village, along with generating employments.
Over 8 crore saplings have been planted during rainy seasons in the state under the Hariyali Mahotsav this year. Good results have been obtained under forestation schemes in the state.
The State Bio-diversity Board is going to organise a symposium on the concept of composite governance and implementation strategy on the subject of 'Jal-Van-Narmada-Bhopal' on the occasion of World Water Day at Academy of Administration on March 22.
Keeping the tradition of religious harmony, Holi Milan programme was organized at CM house today. People of all the religions and sections of the society participated in the programme.
The Biodiversity Board will launch a public awareness campaign focused on ‘Jan-Van-Narmada and Bhopal’ from March 19 to 22 on the occasion of World Forestry Day on March 21 and World Water Day on March 22.
Narmada River is a lifeline of the state. Future generation would have faced problems which is impossible to imagine, if we do not conduct the campaign today. He further mentioned that Maa Narmada has special blessings on Malvanchal. Several areas of the state are being illuminated from the electricity produced from Narmada River in this region.
The team made a presentation on “Reducing Variable Cost of Generation – Simple, Smart & Sustainable Solutions”. Competitions like this is held every year to encourage young talents towards new innovations. Korba has become the NOCET winner for the first time since NOCET was introduced. Besides rolling trophy, individual team members have received trophy and cash prize of INR 10,000/- each.
Addressing the function the Defence Minister congratulated DRDO for the series of recent trials including the interceptor missiles. He complimented DRDO scientists for handing over equipment to the Indian Army. Parrikar said that DRDO, Defence Forces, PSU’s and Private Sector industry’s partnership can be a game changer in the near future.
Such disabled persons will be admitted in the ashrams who could not be admitted in the schools after completing age limit, who have no parents or their parents are unable to take care of them.
Rs 51 crore 13 lakhs and 27 thousand was recovered and 86,837 cases of power theft and irregularities were found during the inspection of 3 lakh 95 thousand and 327 power connections in Jabalpur, Sagar and Rewa regions in Poorva Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Company.
Convocation ceremony will be held in Indian attire from next academic session. Semester system has lead students away from arts, sports and social activities. Therefore decision has been taken to abolish semester system.
Organisations working for consumer protection will be awarded for outstanding work on the occasion of World Consumer Protection Day on March 15. State government has increased the amount of State and Division level award money which is given away to voluntary organisations and individuals for their significant contribution in the field of consumer protection every year.
Inauguration of mission’s training center as praise worthy effort. Boundary wall of training center will be constructed with public participation. Moreover, persons linked with livelihood mission will be insured under the scheme of Union Government, he added.
The students gathered information about the state's archaeological heritage. Thirty-two students accompanied by 3 professors from the National Museum Institute are on a visit to the state in connection with a workshop to be held on India's art and architecture.
Mahatma Gandhi had said that Hindi is the only language which can tie the country in one rope. Seeing the rising danger of terrorism, naxalism and anarchy, there is a need to publicise more Hindi language.
A target has been set to make cent percent online entries of eligible members by February end under the campaign. Ration is being distributed to 5 crore 34 lakh 48 thousand eligible people of the state on discounted rates under the National Food Protection Act 2013 through POS machines.
The Company has started its '#Sankalp Online Seva' for the new connections to high-tension consumers through which more than 318 connections have been given so far.
people are not at all hesitating to adopt the efforts of the Chief Minister to keep the Narmada clean and beautiful. Local citizens are coming forward to plant trees on both the banks of the river Narmada.
e-rickshaw is the best alternative to control pollution. As per the road expansion by the state government, the e-rickshaws will prove to be useful in the urban and rural areas. The rickshaw is equally appropriate for loading goods apart from carrying people.
Similarly, provision to supply 60 percent water to Knowledge City Park (Vikram Udhyogpuri)–Ujjain and 40 percent to Educational Institutions from 11 MLD water through Narmada-Kshipra link has been made.
Seats will be reserved in passenger buses for mothers of infants. This will be the first seat behind the driver seat. Beside this, also arrangement of curtains from three sides will be provided on this seat.
Narmada Seva Yatra to maintain incessant flow in rivers. This is altogether a different campaign. World is watching this yatra. He further mentioned that we cannot consider life without rivers. Decision has been taken for plentiful plantation on Narmada banks to ensure incessant water flow in Narmada River.
Neki ki Deewar is getting people’s full support in entire Patan. Everyone is ready for any possible help in this pious work. It has also been praised by the Jabalpur Collector Maheshchandra Chowdhary during his tour of Patan.
He congratulated district officers who took stern action against recent illegal activities and alerted other district that they should take stern and decisive action against cases of illegal mining and transport with full force. Mafia should not be allowed to thrive.
If education does not groom personality totally, its utility comes under the question. He said that internal development of a person is needed. He said that a person needs to be neutral in every condition according to the Geeta.