Madhya Pradesh becomes first state to build stadium for differently-abled persons

NewsBharati    16-Sep-2020
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Bhopal, Sept 16: With an aim to bring all-round development in the state, Madhya Pradesh Cabinet approved a proposal to provide land for Rs 1 to construct a stadium in Gwalior for differently-abled persons. This is the first state to do so for the differently-abled people.
 
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This decision came after a meeting of State Cabinet that was concluded virtually under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan. Addressing the media after the meeting, State Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that the ultimate goal of the government is to keep the society moving forward.
 
"Our ultimate goal of the path is not to ascend the throne, but to keep society moving forward. Keeping in mind, and for the all-round development of the society, the state government has decided to build a stadium in Gwalior for differently-abled people. Madhya Pradesh is the first state to do so for the differently-abled people," State Home Minister Narottam Mishra stated.
 
Further, he added that from September 17, the state government will conduct various programs across the state, for a week, to mark the 70th birth anniversary of Prime Minister Narendra Modi."On the occasion of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 70th birthday is on September 17, service week will be celebrated in the entire state. It will start on September 17, by distributing ration to about 37 lakh poor," said Mishra.
 
The Minister informed that milk will be provided as nutritious food to children in all Anganwadis of the state on September 17, adding that BJP workers across the state will distribute fruits. The Cabinet Minister said the programs will begin at 12 noon on September 16 and continue for an entire week.
 
Other important decisions taken in the cabinet meeting held in Bhopal included the metropolitan area (metropolitan area) for the Bhopal-Indore metro. The Jaira Medium Irrigation Project of Jasinagar was also approved by the Cabinet.
 
It also approved Rs 354.14 crores for the Bundelkhand region. It was decided to develop the area by taking 25 percent land of the farmers from the landing bridge in Pithampur Industrial Area. Additionally, the surface water scheme has also been approved. This scheme will make water available from house to house bottleneck.