Benefit of schemes will be provided to cent percent eligible persons

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Benefit of schemes will be provided to cent percent eligible persons

Friday, 23 September 2022 | Staff Reporter | bhopal

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that Mukya Mantri Jan Seva Abhiyan has been started from September 17, the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, with the aim of providing cent percent saturation by giving benefits of Central and State Government schemes to all the eligible beneficiaries.

This campaign will run till  October 31 and no eligible person will be deprived of the benefits of 33 identified schemes of the state and Central government. Camps are being organised in Gram Panchayats and urban wards so that the common people do not have to make rounds of the offices and run from pillar to post to take advantage of the schemes of the government. Now the government and administration will reach out to the common people and provide them the benefits of the schemes. He requested the villagers that whatever schemes you want to take advantage of, they must apply in the first camp of the campaign, according to the eligibility, the benefit of the scheme will be provided in the second camp. This entire process is being conducted from the Chief Minister's Helpline Portal.

Chief Minister Chouhan was addressing the camp of Mukya Mantri Jan Seva Abhiyan and the programme of Ladli Laxmi Yojna in Gram Panchayat Ramakona of Saunsar development block of Chhindwara district during Sewa Pakhwada on Thursday.

Camp was organised for 5 gram panchayats of development block Saunsar, Khutamba, Ramakona, Kangri, Amla and Pipla Kanhan. Environment-conscious Chief Minister Chouhan was welcomed by Ladli Laxmi Ku. Jayshree Farakse and Ku. Antara Ranjit Thakur studying in class 8th by presenting a Tulsi plant. Chief Minister Chouhan was greeted with beating of drums and the artists of village Sidhauli, Nannu Lal Khamaria and Raju Dhakaria accorded him a warm welcome by offering a traditional crown made of Chhind, the identity Chhindwara district.

Chief Minister Chouhan distributed benefits worth more than Rs 7 crore to the beneficiaries of various schemes in the camp. Chief Minister Chouhan, after distributing the acceptance letters of Ladli Laxmi Yojana, held the Ladli Laxmis in his lap and pampered them. CM Chouhan said that today there are about 43 lakh Ladlis in the state. We have also started the second phase of Laxmi Yojana for our daughters. Now, on taking admission in college, Ladlis will get 12 thousand 500 rupees and 12 thousand 500 rupees on getting a degree, a total of 25 thousand rupees will be given. Mama will also pay the college fees of the Ladlis.

Chief Minister Chouhan obtained information about the scheme wise applications received in the camp from Collector Saurabh Kumar Suman and instructed to dispose the applications received within a week. The Chief Minister also took feedback from the public regarding Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi and Mukhya Mantri Kisan Kalyan Yojana, Ayushman Bharat Yojana and ration distribution. He gave strict instructions to all the SDMs and Tehsildars to ensure that all eligible farmers get the benefits of Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi and Mukhya Mantri Kisan Kalyan Yojana by resolving the cases related to Fauti and distribution at the earliest. Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr GC Chaurasia was directed to coordinate with the local bodies and saturate all the eligible persons with the benefit of Ayushman Yojana.

Chief Minister Chouhan distributed benefits to the beneficiaries under various government schemes in the camp. Public representatives, officers and a large number of villagers were present in the camp.

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