State on path of progress, says CM
STATE GOVERNMENT will chalk out a scheme for construction of internal roads in villages and roads connecting villages to fields. The scheme will be implemented from the next year.india Updated: Sep 04, 2006 02:13 IST
STATE GOVERNMENT will chalk out a scheme for construction of internal roads in villages and roads connecting villages to fields. The scheme will be implemented from the next year.
Functioning of Village and Town Protection Committees will be streamlined after required amendments. Suitable action will be taken regarding service conditions of Shiksha Karmis after examining the suggestions of Dubey Committee.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said this while replying to questions from an audience at a live AIR programme Hello Akashvani here on Sunday. All centres of AIR relayed the programme.
The Chief Minister said Madhya Pradesh had secured first place in improving rural road network. He said schemes meant for health care of women and children will be effectively implemented to improve health indicators.
Greater public participation had been sought in development initiatives like Jalabhishek Abhiyan, Hariyali Mahotsava. He said Madhya Pradesh will soon become a developing State. He assured action on complaints from audience relating to irregularities in dalia distribution in anganwadis in Chitrangi tehsil of Sidhi district, no power supply to even those who have paid bills in Piplya village in Rajgarh district, delayed payment of honorarium to Shiksha Karmais, bad roads in Chandangao in Chhindwara, laying eligibility norms for guest scholars in colleges, closing of diamond mine in Manjhgava in Panna district etc.
First Published: Sep 04, 2006 02:13 IST