Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan during his address at Naryawali of Sagar district said that incentive amount at the rate of Rs. 500 per quintal will be given to soybean producing farmers.
Moreover, incentive amount for urad producing farmers is being decided. On this occasion, Shri Chouhan dedicated and laid foundation stone of Rs. 400 crore approximately for Sagar district.
Shri Chouhan mentioned that the state government is making constant efforts to bring prosperity in life of farmers, needy persons and poor.
Informing about the Mukhya Mantri Jan-Kalyan (Sambal) Yojana, the Chief Minister said that the eligible beneficiaries of all the sections of the society are being benefitted under this scheme without any discrimination.
Works worth Rs. 5 Thousand crore are being carried out in Sagar district
The CM Shri Chouhan said that development works costing Rs. 5 thousand crore are in progress in Sagar district. An amount of Rs. 105 crore 20 lakh has been given to the farmers of the district under the Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana.
Similarly, Rs. 45 crore 40 lakh, Rs. 242 crore and Rs. 45 crore 40 lakh have been given against drought relief, crop insurance and to the wheat producing farmers respectively.
Shri Chouhan laid foundation stone of Kadan-Satgarh Irrigation Project, Government Industrial Institute and Mukhya Mantri Sarovar Yojana. The estimated cost of these works is Rs. 400 crore.
Those who present on the occasion include Minister for Transport and Home Shri Bhupendra Singh, Member of Parliament Shri Prabhat Jha, MLAs Shri Harvansh Singh Rathore, Smt. Parul Sahu and
Shri Shailendra Jain, Chairman of State Women Commission Smt. Lata Wankhede, Chairman of Hastshilp and Hathkargha Vikas Nigam Shri Narayan Prasad Kabirpanthi, other Public Representatives, villages and farmers in large number.>