CM assures patta, Rs 2.5L to each homeless

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CM assures patta, Rs 2.5L to each homeless

Thursday, 12 September 2019 | SR | Bhopal

Chief Minister Kamal Nath while inaugurating the Mukhya Mantri Awas Mission (Urban) in Jhabua on Wednesday said that free residential patta and grant of Rs 2.5 lakh for construction of house will be given to each houseless person of the State. He further mentioned that now every houseless individual of the state will become owner of his/ her house. Residential pattas to 200 landless persons were given in the programme.

Nath mentioned that soon we will build such a Madhya Pradesh, in which no individual is required to give application for resolving his/ her problems. Problems will be resolved in village, panchayat and district. He said that instead of announcements, an atmosphere of work culture has already been created.

Comparing the last 15 years works with his 8 months in the state, Chief Minister Kamal Nath said that the state government has adopted the policy of ‘Neeyat and Neeti’. He informed that even after getting the state coffer empty, the state government has waived crop loans of 19 lakh farmers and in the coming time loans of 37 lakh farmers will be waived.

The Chief Minister said that maize farmers have been given a bonus of Rs 250 per quintal. For the farmers who have sold their wheat, an action to make payment of bonus of Rs 160 per quintal is being initiated. He said that we have started our work on the basis of the Vachan Patra. The amount given for the marriage of poor girls doubled to Rs 51,000 under the Mukhya Mantri Kanya Vivah/Nikah Yojana.

Pension of elderly and disabled persons has been increased from Rs 300 to 600. Kamal Nath further said that we are starting to bring such a revolution in the field of agriculture, which will strengthen the economic condition of the farmers and they will be free from all kinds of debt.

Chief Minister Kamal Nath said that investors have shown interest in setting up industries in the state. The state government is making every effort to honour the trust of investors. He said that a large number of industries in the state were shut down in the last 15 years. Now this will not happen. Kamal Nath said that he will leave no stone unturned in providing employment to youth and industrial development of the state. The state will create a new history of development.  

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