Bhopal: Explaining his vision- Samriddha MP, to first time voters, Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that there would be no poverty left in the state and all youth will be employed. Chouhan was addressing the youth in a programme Organized by Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha in Town Hall on Sunday. The programme was telecasted live in all 230 assembly constituencies in the state.
Chouhan said that the youth would have to contribute to make the state prosperous. They should start by sharing innovative ideas with the party so that it could ensemble with the government plans. Chouhan narrated his own stories to establish the fact that even common man can do a lot, if one has firm determination to serve nation. He also told the voters how he got a bimaru state with no road, electricity, irrigation facilities and potable water. “Government worked extra mile and build good roads, increased electricity, increased irrigation facilities and provided clean drinking water to all,” said Shivraj. He narrated the achievements of his government in field of education, tourism, medical and health facilities, employment and sports- along with government schemes made for the welfare of the youth.
Shivraj didn’t miss the opportunity to paint a detailed picture of Congress rule- that had bad roads, no electricity and poor irrigation facility. The programme concluded with ‘Selfie With Mama’, where Chouhan posed with students. Children’s presence Schoolchildren in impressive numbers were called to attend chief minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan’s town hall programme on Sunday. Congress has said that it will register a complaint with the election commission on Monday.
Schoolchildren from several schools were seen in their school dress at the main venue. However, the school children were sent out from the main hall once media persons started arriving. Schools from Bagh Mughalia area and Bairagarh were asked to send school children for CM’s programme. A teacher from a school in Bairagarh said that he had come there with 64 school children ranging from class six to ten. “We received verbal orders from cluster in-charge of school education department to send students for this