Chouhan directed the officers to prepare action plan to develop Nisarpur among 83 rehabilitation sites as Mini Smart City and remaining places as smart village. He said that road, drinking water, street light and drainage etc. facilities should be availed in better way at rehabilitation sites displaced families, treating them as friends.
With the help of the centre, the state government is providing power connections to all those poor families who are deprived of power connection in Madhya Pradesh. Very soon three other districts including Sehore (99%), Shajapur (99%) and Bhopal (96%) will be included in the list of 100 percent electrified districts in the state.
Madhya Pradesh holds an important place in the country in production of organic cotton. Keeping this in view, a one day workshop ‘Cotton Trailblazers: The organic cotton revolution’ is being organized in the Swarna Jayanti Sabhagar of the R.C.V.P. Noronha Academy of Administration at 9.00 a.m. on May 8.