Indore: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, after his arrival here on Friday, visited the houses of economically weaker sections of society and conveyed New Year greetings to inhabitants. During his visit, he listened to problems of residents in Panchsheel Nagar.
Chouhan reached the house of 65-year-old Dwarka Bai, who is suffering from paralysis, and inquired about her health. He directed district collector Manish Singh to provide best treatment to Dwarka Bai and also to provide her pension under Vridhha Pension Yojana.
While talking to CM, Dwarka Bai said she had met him earlier and showed a picture with CM. Later, Chouhan met a four-year-old boy Aditya Sawant, a divyang by birth, and inquired about his health from his father Govind. CM directed the administrative officials to provide treatment to Aditya at Super Speciality Hospital.
While having tea with residents at Panchsheel Nagar, he donated a laptop and electric tri-cycle to divyang Shubhangi Kamble, gave Kalyani Pension Yojana to Deepali and offered her a sewing machine.
“I want to wish a happy and prosperous New Year to all the residents of the state. I pray that the corona crisis ends this year. Our government is dedicated to bringing the last man of the society in the mainstream,” Chouhan said.
Besides, he met a woman who lost her husband during lockdown and arranged for her livelihood. Later, Chouhan gave the letter of sanction of Rs 1 lakh to Dwarka Bai’s son Govind at airport. Officials said the money has been transferred to her account.