Bhopal. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said the Madhya Pradesh government is committed to the proper management of writing, education and medicine, including bread, clothes and basic amenities at home.
Shivraj Singh Chauhan was inaugurating the state level food festival at Samanbhay Bhavan in Bhopal. He said the plates of the poor class of society will never be empty. To this end, provision was made to provide food grains to the needy every month, including the Chief Minister’s Annapurna Yojana as well as the Prime Minister’s Poor Anna Yojana. Eligibility slips and ration packets are being distributed among the new beneficiaries in all the districts of the state today. Every human being needs food.
The Chief Minister said that this right was being given to 3 lakh people of the state who were being deprived of their rations due to slippage of qualifications. Today, the program, which is being held at the capital, district, gram panchayat and ward levels, is starting to provide one kg of wheat / rice per month and one kg of iodized salt per family per month to the new beneficiaries. . In addition, all new fair price customers will be provided free 5 kg wheat / rice and 1 kg pulses per member within the next month under the Prime Minister’s Poor Anna Yojana project.
Shivraj Singh Chauhan provided ration packets and qualification slips to the women beneficiaries, Mrs. Babita, Seema, Shobha, Sunita, Bandana and Badami Devi. Food and Civil Supplies Minister Bisahulal Singh presided over the function. He said that providing cheap facilities including food grains was not good for any class. It is their right. Even though they are intelligent, many children are deprived of education. The government only pays their fees at the school education level, now the government will pay the fees for higher education. Apart from this, all the poor and needy sisters of the state will also get gas stoves. Not only that, they will provide clean drinking water to every person and a strong house to everyone.
The Chief Minister said that more employment opportunities would be provided in the state. Along with this, employment will also be created for the youth by opening employment in the government service. On this occasion, he directed the collectors of all the districts to meet the target of giving ration to 1.6666 lakh autorickshaw drivers including the remaining 12 lakh customers by benefiting 25 lakh out of 337 lakh new customers. He said people who digest the food of the poor and black marketers cannot be avoided.
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