Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has reiterated that the state needs to be made as smart, modern and developed by the year 2025.
He said that Chhattisgarh also aims to double the gross domestic product along with that of doubling of the income of the farmers.
Dr Singh said that each and every village will have a proper road connectivity and that the health and educational facilities will also be better available.
Dr Singh was speaking to a public meeting in Sitapur in Surguja today.
On the occasion, he also dedicated-performed over Rs 455 crores worth of development works.
CM Dr Singh said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made it sure that farmers do not have to roam about for fertilizers and seeds.
He said that farmers are now having access to neem coated urea and there is curb on the black marketing of the urea.
CM Dr Singh said that with the enthusiasm of the farmers clearly visible, it is evident how they are eager to join in these schemes for their own welfare.>