Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan performed bhoomi pujan and dedicated development works worth more than Rs 154.47 crore at Ladkui in Sehore district. The Chief Minister said that a Samajik Kranti campaign is going on in the state.
Chief Minister Chouhan said that the mission to change the lives of common citizens is going on. No stone will be left unturned in the development works. A network of excellent roads has been laid in the villages. Medical, engineering colleges, CM Rise School, hospitals are being built. There is no dearth of budget for development works. No stone will be left unturned in improving the lives of the people. We will provide employment to one person in the family.
The Chief Minister said that under the Mukhyamantri Charan Paduka Yojana in the state, materials like shoes, slippers, water bottles, sarees etc. are being given to those plucking tendu leaves. Service to people is service to God.
Chief Minister Chouhan said that for the convenience of the students, now M.A. classes will be started in the Government College of Ladkui. He said that he had got this college started.
Chouhan said that the women would never have imagined that some day their brother would deposit money directly into their account. The Chief Minister provided benefits to tendu leaf collectors. Forest Minister Kunwar Vijay Shah and MP Ramakant Bhargava and public representatives were present.
Chief Minister Chouhan dedicated the 51 kilometer Sehore-Ichhawar-Kosmi road with an amount of Rs 96 crore 93 lakh. He performed bhoomi pujan of Mangrol to Tikamod-Babdikheda-Ratanpur to Lachaur road at a cost of Rs 20 crore 30 lakh, Mongrakheda to Bhurakheda road at a cost of Rs 3 crore 91 lakh, Tribal Girls Education Complex Ladkui Jhali to be constructed at a cost of Rs 31 crore, construction of Sub Health Center building at Bhadakui at a cost of Rs. 71 lakhs, construction of Sub Health Center building at Basantpur at a cost of Rs. 71 lakhs, construction of Forest Range Office building in Veerpur at a cost of Rs. 26 lakhs, construction of Forest Range Office building in Ladkui at a cost of Rs. 13 lakhs, construction of Forest Guard Naka Sewaniya Parihar at a cost of Rs 13 lakh, construction of Forest Guard Naka Magarpat at a cost of Rs 26 lakh and construction of Forest Guard Naka Siradi at a cost of Rs 13 lakh.
Chief Minister Chouhan said that funds are being deposited in the accounts of Ladli Bahnas every month. It has been increased to Rs 1250 every month since October. Gradually this amount will be raised to Rs 3 thousand. Chief Minister Chouhan said that houses will be built and given after survey under the Mukhyamantri Ladli Bahna Yojana to those who are left out in the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana. Chief Minister Chouhan said that students who have passed class 5th and 8th and are going to study in another village will be given a bicycle, a laptop will be given to the students who have scored 75 percent marks in class 12th, and a scooty will be given to 3 toppers each in their schools.
Benefit distribution under Mukhyamantri Charan Paduka Yojana
This year, under the Mukhyamantri Charan Paduka Yojana, 19,602 shoes are being distributed to the head of each family, slippers to 17,856 women, water bottles to 20,956 families and 38,016 sarees to each female member of the family in 20,956 tendu plucker families of Sehore district.
About Rs 2 crore 98 lakh has been spent in this scheme. In the year 2023, 19055.035 standard bags of tendu leaves were collected in the tendu leaf collection season, in which an amount of approximately Rs 5 crore 71 lakh has been paid as tendu leaf collection remuneration to 61, 784 tendu leaf collectors and 17, 399 card holding families. In the year 2023, the collection year 2021 tendupatta collection bonus amounting to approximately Rs 3 crore 07 lakh has been paid and for the collection year 2022, Tendupatta Collection Bonus amounting to approximately Rs 5 crore 58 lakh is being paid.