CM attends Woman Empowerment Convention at Tarana
Ujjain: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan while participating in the Woman Empowerment Convention at Tarana announced Rs 8.21 crore for potable tap water scheme, on Friday. While addressing on this occasion, Chauhan said that unemployed youths should establish small and large scale industrial units so that others can get employment.
Chauhan further said that BJP government had been large network of roads and electricity was supplied in rural areas for twenty four hours. Earlier, power production was 2900 megawatt in the State, but now the toll has reached to 10400 megawatt. From next year, 14000 megawatt electricity will be produced.
Feeder separation work is in progress at district and division. State government provides loan to farmers at zero percent interest. Even wheat will be purchased at the support price of Rs 1500 per quintal, added CM. CM Chauhan also promised that pilgrimage scheme will be continued for further years in the State. CM also presented cheques to beneficiaries under different schemes.
Chauhan performed bhumi- pujan of different construction works cost more than Rs 7 crore. Padmaja Raghuwanshi and Sandip Nadkarni conducted the programme. MLA Rodmal Rathore, BJP district president Shyam Bansal, Divisional Commissioner AK Pandey, IG V Madhu Kumar, Collector BM Sharma and SP Anurag were present on this occasion.