Bhopal, Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the State Government will leave no stone unturned in providing relief and assistance to hailstorm-affected farmers. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was addressing district-level Antyodaya Mela here today.
At the fair, benefits worth about Rs. 54 were distributed to 75 thousand beneficiaries under various schemes.
CM Shri Chouhan said that a number of schemes have been chalked out to make Madhya Pradesh a pioneer state. Constant efforts are being made to increase income of the poor and making available benefits of development to them.
The State Government has decided to give patta of lands where poor people living by constructing shanties.
Places in cities will be earmarked for habilitating labourers coming over there in search of employment. Late Shri Deendayal Upadhyay used to say that worship of God lies in service to the downtrodden. Antyodaya Melas are being held keeping this in view where benefits of various schemes are provided to beneficiaries at a single place. Mukhyamantri Yuva Swarozgar Yojana for youths will be implemented from April 1.
Under the scheme loan guarantee upto Rs. 25 lakh for setting up industries and 5 percent interest subsidy for 5 years will given by the State Government. Higher education loan guarantee scheme has also been chalked out for youths under which the State Government will be given loan guarantee. Arrangements for free medicines and tests have been made for the poor at government hospitals.