Source: News Bharati English09 Feb 2017 14:22:29
Bhopal, February 9: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the development of the entire state is the resolution of the government, on Wednesday. To cherish this, the state government will spend Rs. 86 thousand crores in next 5 years on the development of cities. He termed the public as an utmost important link for development.The programme organized in the entire state under the Nagar Uday Abhiyan is such a first and foremost programme of the world in which 12 lakh 68 thousand 480 beneficiaries are being benefited at one time on a single day. He said that this campaign is being conducted to prepare a layout of development by holding a conversation with people in their wards and at their homes itself and to avoid public wandering around for development works.CM further mentioned that our objective is to establish Madhya Pradesh on the world list by making the state prosperous, developed, grand and dignified. He mentioned that Madhya Pradesh is his temple. The public is Lord and the Pujari is Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Before this, Chouhan performed bhoomi poojan and dedicated development works costing Rs. 70 crore. During the state level programme, 85 thousand 303 beneficiaries were benefited including 67 thousand 86 beneficiaries of Jabalpur Urban area.Terming the cities as engines of development He said that cities are the sources of employment and mirror of development. Thirty percent population of the state resides in 378 cities of the state. Our motto is to provide benefits of the government welfare schemes to each eligible beneficiary of the state, he added.Also, he again announced to impose a ban on the use of polyethene in the entire state from May 1st, 2017. He said that polyethene is the biggest reason for pollution. Shri Chouhan said that alternative to polythene in the form of paper and cloth bags are being prepared. He urged the people for maximum use of these bags on the occasion.