Bhopal, April 8: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan mentioned that the state government is committed to provide right to live with dignity to the person standing in the last file of the society making a Poor Welfare Agenda on the birth anniversary of Great thinker and philosopher Pt. Deendayal Upadhaya.
In this series, an ambitious scheme “Deendayal Antodaya Rasoi” scheme is being inaugurated to provide full meal at the rate of Rs. 5 to poor and labourers of the state. CM Chouhan was inaugurating scheme. Chouhan said that the state government has taken a task to provide basic facilities like Roti, Kapda and Makaan to each poor. With the same spirit, the Deendayal Antodaya Rasoi schems is being inaugurated in all the districts simultaneously with the participation of the society.
Under the scheme full meal at the rate of Rs. 5 will be provided to the poor labourers of rural areas. The state government is working speedily to provide land lease for housing to each person residing in villages and to provide houses to the houseless persons of cities.
Informing about the decisions taken in the feild of education, Singh said that the state government will bear fee for pursuing medical, engineering, polytechnic and law etc. of those students who secured over 75 percent marks in class 12th examination. A provision of Rs One thousand crore has been made in the budget regarding this, which will be increased every year.
Furthermore, a provision of upto Rs 5 thousand crore will be made under this head during the next five years. Moreover arrangement for fee of girls and boys will be made by the government to pursue studies abroad. He also informed about the welfare schemes being run by the state government towards health, employment and other fields.