Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the state government has waived off electricity bills worth Rs. 5 thousand 200 crore of poor and other needy persons under the Mukhya Mantri Bijli Bill Maafi Yojana.
Along with this, electricity at the rate of maximum Rs. 200 per month is being provided to all. Shri Chouhan was addressing the huge public gathering at Nandner village of Sehore district.
He also laid foundation stone and dedicated development works over Rs. 342 crore at village Nandner.
Shri Chouhan stated that the state government has succeeded in erasing the tag of ‘Bimaru Rajya’ and now Madhya Pradesh is establishing itself in the category of developed and prosperous state.
Apprising about the public welfare schemes, Shri Chouhan urged people to avail benefits of the schemes with authority.
He further informed that irrigation facility through lift irrigation system will be made available to the
farmers of Nandner village and its surrounding villages.
Minister In-Charge of the District Shri Rampal Singh, Jila Panchayat President Smt. Urmila Maretha, other Public Representatives, Villagers and Farmers in large number were present on the occasion.
Pays homage to deceased Head Constable
The CM Shri Chouhan expressed grief over the bus accident of the Police Department occurred on Budhni-Shahganj road today.
While expressing grief over the death of the Head Constable, who was inbound for duty, Shri Chouhan paid homage to the departed soul.
He mentioned that the state government is with the family of the deceased Head Constable Shri Ashok Singh in this hour of grief. All the possible help will be provided to the family.>