The two-day conference of collectors, commissioners and SPs ended on Wednesday with MP chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan drawing out an 11-point development agenda for the state.
The list aims to focus on good governance, increase in agricultural income, encouragement to small and cottage industries, welfare of poor, Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao scheme among other issues. Chouhan said, “The collectors and SPs should take the lead in ensuring proper implementation of the development agenda in their respective districts. All beneficiaries should get their due on time. This is an opportunity to perform better and to remove difficulties people face in the state.”
The CM also asked the top administrative officials to make sure that development work in education and health sectors are completed on time, and people get to avail beti bachao and beti padhao scheme campaign.
He will also launch a welfare agenda for the poor at Jamboori Maidan on December 4.
On day 1 of the conference, Chouhan had conceded that the execution of government’s schemes require a humane approach and administrative efficiency.
He asked the district collectors to improve service delivery and make the system transparent and accountable. “Take action against officers for not fulfilling duty and appreciate those who put a good show”, he said.
Chouhan said round-the-clock efforts are required for all-inclusive development in state.
He said woman and child development, health and forests departments should launch joint drive to eradicate malnutrition.
Besides, the department should also conduct health camps for marriageable girls through an integrated action plan.