New 6 mines to be started in Junnardev and Parasia: CM Chouhan

Dedicates and lays foundation stone of development works worth over Rs. 11 crore in Junnardev

Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan while addressing the huge public gathering in Junnardev of Chhindwara district said that 6 new mines including Sharda Mines, Vishnupuri are being started in Junnardev and Parasia block.

These mines will facilitate employment to people in large number.

Shri Chouhan also made an announcement in connection to start physics and chemistry classes in Junnardev College from the next academic session.

Apprising in detail about the Sambal Yojana, Shri Chouhan said that the scheme has succeeded to transform life of poor and needy persons.

Poor families are getting opportunities to lead life happily due to this scheme. He further mentioned that all the possible efforts will be made to improve education arrangement in Junnardev block.

On this occasion, the CM Shri Chouhan dedicated a bridge costing Rs. 5 crore 75 lakh on Dudhi river and high standard bridge costing Rs. 76 lakh 62 thousand on Kulaharia Nala.

Moreover, he laid foundation stone of Kajri-Phulsa-Khattu Dhana road to be built at a cost of Rs. 2 crore 46 lakh 90 thousand, Bhavani-Umaria raod costing Rs. 2 crore 6 lakh 4 thousand and Mukhya Mantri Gramin Nal-Jal Yojana worth Rs. 77 lakh 77 thousand at Gonabadi village of Tamia block.

Honours Loktantra Senanis

The CM Shri Chouhan honoured Loktantra Senanis by presenting Shawl and Tamrapatra in Chhindwara.

Narrating in detail about the incident of detention of persons under the MISA, he described the services of
Loktantra Senanis as exemplary.

Minister In-Charge of the District Shri Gourishankar Bisen, Member of Parliament Shri Prabhat Jha, MLAs Shri Natthan Shah Kavreti, Shri Chowdhary Chandrabhan Singh, Shri Ramesh Pofli, Mayor Smt. Kanta Sadarang, Chairman of Bhariya Development Authority Smt. Urmila Bharti, President of Jila Panchayat Smt. Kanta Thakur, other Public Representatives and citizens in large number were present on the occasion.

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