A huge crowd gathered in Satna district during Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's Jandarshan Yatra from Raigaon to Kothi. Chouhan, while holding Jandarshan in various villages, took information from the general public about the implementation of welfare schemes and development works of the government. He interacted with the villagers in villages Dhaurhara, Itma, Gopalganj, Semaria, Karsara and Rakselwa.
He directed the concerned officers to dispose of the applications received from the general public on the spot. Forest Minister and District In-charge Minister Kunwar Vijay Shah, MP Ganesh Singh, Minister of State for Backward Classes and Minority Welfare Ramkhelawan Patel, Former Minister and MLA Rewa Rajendra Shukla and other public representatives accompanied Chouhan in the Jandarshan Yatra.
Chouhan, while interacting with the general public at village Dhaurhara, said that now every landless poor will be given land pattas under the Chief Minister Bhu-Adhikar Yojna. Today this scheme has been announced in Raigaon public meeting. Collectors will conduct a survey of eligible families soon. Chouhan was accorded a warm welcome by Sarpanch Mrityunjay Singh in village Itma. Chouhan instructed to start the work of Nal-Jal Yojana immediately at a cost of Rs. 93 lakh by making big bores in three places under Jal Jeevan Mission to solve the drinking water problem of the common people. He announced construction of a sliding rail (rapta) in the nullah and a meeting hall in the high school building.
The Chief Minister announced the construction of road from Dhaurhara to Khamaria, community toilet and four roads at a cost of Rs 13 lakh. He said that a temple of Sant Ravidas would be constructed in village Srinagar. Water connections will be provided to 389 families of the village through Jal Jeevan Mission.
In the next stop of Jandarshan, Chouhan interacted with tribal families in village Gopalganj. He said that all the landless poor families would be given land pattas to build houses. With the Jal Jeevan Mission, water will soon be supplied to every household in the village through taps. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that Rs 93 lakh has been sanctioned for supply of drinking water from tap in 343 houses of village Itma and Gopalganj. The Chief Minister also interacted with the general public during the Jandarshan program in village Karsara and Rakselwa. He took information from the general public regarding the distribution of free food grains, drinking water system and electricity supply. In village Paikouri, Chouhan instructed the officers of Water Resources Department to examine the demand letter given by the general public regarding Patihar dam. He said that after conducting a re-survey of the Patihar dam, its estimate would be prepared.