Chief Minister Chouhan held a meeting on Self-reliant Aatmnirbhar Madhya Pradesh, said To Use Local

Use local as much as possible to create Aatmnirbhar Madhya Pradesh
Plan a group of experts
Bhopal: Wednesday, June 3, 2020, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that to make Self-reliant MP, Aatmnirbhar Madhya Pradesh', use 'local' as much as possible.

The self-reliant India Mission of the Government of India should be run according to the local conditions of Madhya Pradesh. A group of experts should be formed and a detailed plan for 'self-sufficient Madhya Pradesh' should be made on the basis of their suggestions.

20 Crore loan to 1743 Self-Help Groups for self-employment: Deendayal Upadhyaya National Urban Livelihood Mission

 Over Rs. 20 crore loan to 1743 Self-Help Groups for self-employment
Bhopal : Wednesday, June 3, 2020, Under the Deendayal Upadhyaya National Urban Livelihood Mission, loan of Rs. 20 crore 75 lakh has been made available to 1743 Women Self-Help Groups for self-employment by linking them with various financial institutions. Till date, as many as 25 thousand 478 Self-Help Groups have already been formed in 120 urban bodies of 52 districts of the state.

Lockdown opening does not mean inadvertent, The slowest pace of corona infection in Madhya Pradesh: CM Chouhan

Dabbling rate 31 days, recovery rate 63.4
Chief Minister Chouhan reviewed the situation and arrangements of Corona
Bhopal: Wednesday, June 3, 2020, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has said that the opening of lockdown does not mean inadvertence. Every person has to be very careful, otherwise we will not be able to stop the infection. We have to do economic activities, make life normal, but with full caution and vigilance. Public should be made more and more aware in this regard. If we remain aware, we will soon defeat Corona completely.

17,710 Crore paid to farmers & Work to 24+ Lakh Laborers in Madhya Pradesh

Over 24 Lakh laborers got work and Rs. 17,710 Crore paid to farmers in state
CM Shri Chouhan apprises himself of progress related to laborers and farmers’ welfare
Bhopal : Tuesday, June 2, 2020, MP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that employment should be given to each needy laborer under the Shram Siddhi Abhiyan. New job cards should be given as per the requirement.

1150 Crore:Relief to 11 Lakh Power Consumers, Energy Department Orders CM Announcement Fulfilled

Chief Minister’s announcement to facilitate power consumers with relief of about Rs. 1150 crore
Order issued by Energy Department

In compliance to the announcement made by the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan to give relief to the power consumers in view of the difficulties faced by them due to the lockdown, an order has been issued by the Energy Department. This announcement will facilitate about One crore 11 lakh power consumers with a relief of approximately Rs. 1150 crore.

Amount given to farmers and laborers will boost economy: Government is committed to provide relief to all sections in this hour of crisis

Bhopal : Monday, June 1, 2020, MP Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that benefits given to farmers and labourers under various schemes and works will give enough strength to the economy of the state. Madhya Pradesh Government is committed to provide relief to all the sections of the society. Shri Chouhan believes that as a result of payment made to the farmers against wheat procurement payment of crop insurance scheme, linking laboureres in large number with MNREGA works, implementation Panch Parmeshwar scheme and Rs.

171 Forest Nurseries Offering To Buy One Crore plants of rare endangered species prepared

Common people can also buy these plants from the nursery of the forest department
Bhopal: On Sunday, May 31, 2020, MP Forest Department has prepared one crore saplings of 32 rare species endangered. These plants, which are used as a lifesaving and medicine, are also a source of income for villagers and forest dwellers. Plants of all species can also be purchased from the nurseries of the forest department at the rate of 12 to 15 rupees.