Public welfare schemes should be implemented within time limit says CM Shivraj
 Source : News Bharati English  Date : 07-Apr-2017

Bhopal, April 7: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan apprised himself about the progress status of the implementation of various announcements at Mantralaya today. He reviewed the status of the announcements made during conventions and panchayats held in December and January months. He told the officers that compliance of announcements is necessary within time limit. It is informed that provision has been made to give Rs. 4 lakh to the family members in case of death of registered labourers and farmers at work place due to accident.

CM Chouhan said that the human waste carried by humans is inhumane. Lay focus to eliminate this arrangement in the state. Cycle rickshaws and hand carts should be replaced by e-rickshaw and e-loader. Driving training should also be given. He directed the officials to give priority to the cycle rickshaw and hand cart operators in the primary phase of the scheme.

Moreover Chouhan gave directives for monitoring of proper housing arrangements at construction site for labourers engaged in construction, equal pay for equal work and strictly adherence of labour laws. He directed the officials to purchase smart phones and lap tops given by the various departments through integrated system.

Chouhan mentioned that concrete results must come from the objectives of the ‘Namami Devi Narmade’ Seva Yatra before the culmination of yatra. He told the officers to explore the possibilities of hostel facilities to be provided to the scheduled caste and scheduled tribe students at Delhi towards coaching and for pursuing studies from next academic session.

He said that assistance should be provided actively to the students of weaker section for higher education. These students will become carrier of development for their communities. Furthermore Chouhan gave directives to complete activities till March to provide cycles to the students living in settlements far from the schools. He laid special emphasis for efforts to promote women self-help groups. He said that special work action plan should be made for generating new employment opportunities through self-help groups under the Mission Mode.

It is informed in the meeting that an integrated scheme worth Rs. 117 crore has been approved by the Union Government to encourage organic farming among the women of Scheduled tribe. Moreover, housing facility will be provided to the students of scheduled tribe category for preparation of Union Public Service Commission examinations. The state government will now take the responsibility of guarantee of Rs. 2 crore under the Yuva Udhyami yojna.

Also, He reviewed the progress status of announcements made during the Training Programme on Public Welfare Schemes held at Bhopal on December 4-2016, Namami Devi Narmade programme held at Anuppur on December 11-2016, Namami Devi Narmade programme held at Bhopal on December 22-2016, Denotified, Nomad and Semi Nomad Convention held at Dewas on December 23, Namami Devi Narmade programme held at Seoni on December 24, Vidhyarthi Panchayat held at Bhopal on January 12-2017, Yuva Sammelan held at Rewa on January 20 and Vanvasi Sammelan held at Badwani on January 21.