Government will extend all possible help
INVC NEWS Bhopal, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan made several announcements for development works while approving Rs 3 crores for development of Shivpuri district. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan performed bhoomi-pujan for Rs 21 crore Jalavardhan Yojana in Kolaras today. MP Shri Prabhat Jha, Health Minister and district in charge Minister Shri Rustum Singh, public representatives and citizens were present on the occasion.
CM Shri Chouhan announced to approve Rs 25 lakh for development works in two wards and to start commerce and art faculty in college this academic season in Kolaras. He also announced construction of Sant Ravidas temple and construction of platform on the demand of Baghel Samaj. He said that government will extend all possible help for the development of Kolaras. Development will be geared up. He said that water will be brought through a 12 km pipeline for permanent solution to water crisis in Kolaras. 37 km lines will be laid down after water treatment plant is set up in Kolaras through which every house will have adequate water supply. No woman will now have to face trouble to fetch water.
Shri Chouhan said that efforts will be made by the government to set up ADJ court in Kolaras on the demand for lawyers. The ADJ court will be built after approval from High Court.
The CM appealed to the citizens to educate their children and make them good citizens. The fees of higher education of students who score good marks in 12th standard and wish to study in high level medical, engineering or other technical education institutions will be borne by the state government. Parents should educate their children and need not worry about the expenses for the education of their children.
CM Shri Chouhan said that the work of collecting garbage from door-to door and keep Kolaras clean and beautiful has been started through urban body. All work will be carried out to keep the city clean and beautiful.
CM reaches amidst public:CM Shri Chouhan reached amidst the public after the programme and spoke to them. He listened to their woes and assured prompt redressal.