DPC chairpersons nominated
AFTER GETTING feedback from ministers about governance affairs at the recent informal meeting at Kerwa guesthouse Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has speeded up administrative affairs at the district level.
Today, the State Government announced nomination of districts-in-charge ministers as chairpersons of the respective district planning committees.
The ministers include Babulal Gaur- District Planning Committee-in-charge Jabalpur, Himmat Kothari- District Planning Committees-in-charge Mandsaur and Indore, Kusum Singh Mehadele- Hoshangabad and Harda, Raghavji- Bhopal, Jayant Mallayya- Panna and Gwalior, Chaudhary Chandrabhan Singh- Balaghat and Seoni, Narendra Singh Tomar- Sehore and Ujjain, Kailash Vijayvargiya- Sagar and Dhar.
Gopal Bhargawa- Damoh and Dindori, Rampal Singh- Vidisha and Narsimhapur, Yashodhara Raje Scindia- Datia, Anup Mishra- Ashoknagar and Sheopur, Narottam Mishra- Chhindwara and Shivpuri, Ramakant Tiwari- Satna, Vijay Shah- Khargone and Badwani, Jagdish Dewda- Ratlam, Ajay Vishnoi- Rewa and Chhatarpur, Rustam Singh- Guna, Antar Singh Arya- Khandwa and Burhanpur, Kamal Patel- Tikamgarh and Betul.
Ministers of State include Laxmikant Sharma- Raisen and Rajgarh, Prakash Sonkar- Jhabua, Tukojirao Paor- Shajapur and Neemuch, Moti Kashyap- Mandala and Katni, Paraschandra Jain- Dewas and Morena, Jugalkishore Bagri- Umria, Meena Singh- Shahdol, Nagendra Singh- Anuppur, Gangaram Patel- Sidhi and Narayan Singh Kushwah- Bhind.
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