Public Safety Bill to be tabled in Winter Session: CM

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 02 Nov 2017 10:58:43


 

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Exhilarating finale to MP Foundation Day programme

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that capital punishment will be given to the person who commits heinous crime with innocents. Public Safety Bill will be presented during the next Assembly session in this regard. The Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana has been launched by the Government to ensure reasonable prices to the farmers. Farmers are getting reasonable rates under the scheme. Their interests have been protected.

Judicious arrangements are in place. CM Chouhan was addressing the State-level vibrant programme on the occasion of Madhya Pradesh Foundation Day here on Wednesday. The programme was organised at the Lal Parade Ground. Chouhan’s wife Sadhna Singh Chouhan was also present on this occasion.


CM Chouhan stated that efforts to spread confusion regarding Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana will not succeed. Informing about the scheme, he mentioned that the difference amount of model selling rate and support price will be deposited in the bank accounts of the farmers by the State Government. He informed that the model or average rate of soybean is Rs 2,580, whereas the support price is Rs 3,050. The difference amount of Rs 470 per quintal on soybean is being deposited in the bank accounts of soybean producing farmers. Similarly, the model rate of Urad is Rs 3,000, whereas the support price is Rs 5,400.


Therefore, the difference amount of Rs 2,400, the difference of model rate of ground-nuts of Rs 3,720 as compared to support price of Rs 4,450 i.e. Rs 730 are being given to the farmers. In addition to this, the difference amount of Rs 1,455 between the model price of Rs 4,120 and the support price of Rs 5,575 on moong and difference amount of Rs 235 per quintal between the model price of Rs 1,90 against the support price of Rs 1,25 are being given to the farmers.


Chouhan urged that 7 crore 50 lakh population of the State must take resolution to make Madhya Pradesh free of terrorism, corruption and poverty. People must come forward to give their best. We all have to make Madhya Pradesh, the best state of the world together. Chouhan said that Madhya Pradesh is the dearest and amazing state for him. The people of the State are God for him and he is a priest. He stated that his Madhya Pradesh is much better than America, England and other countries. Positive thinking and attitude is must to make Madhya Pradesh a developed state. Feeling of pride towards Madhya Pradesh is necessary. Persons having slave mentality can only consider other countries better than our country.


Chief Minister Chouhan said that a new India is coming up under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in which Indians can stand up with pride. Madhya Pradesh will be topmost in his efforts. Government is working for the welfare of every section of the society. Madhya Pradesh is the first state to give wheat and rice for Re 1 per kg, ownership of piece of land to the poor families. By the year 2022, every rural and urban poor will have a concrete roof above him.

Nearly 42 lakh families without power connections will be given connections in the next two years. A venture capital fund of Rs 100 crore has been earmarked for the youths for new innovations in small, cottage industries. A scheme has been launched this year in which the fees for admission of poor talented children in educational institutions will be paid by the State Government. Rs 90,000 crore will be spent on urban development.


Chouhan said that Madhya Pradesh is a fast developing state. The growth rate of the state is constant on double digits. A state which has been bagging Krishi Karman Award for the last five years, its Agriculture Growth Rate is more than 20 percent. The State is leading in Public Services Guarantee Act, CM Helpline, well-planned system of e-procurement, formation of Happiness Department, schemes for women welfare, 33 percent reservation for women in all departments except Forest Department, 50 percent reservation for teachers’ posts, and production of pulses, foodgrains, medicinal and flowering crops. He said that a grand event is being organised for the Foundation Day to create passion and zeal in every person. The State has a glorious past. He greeted citizens on the 62nd Foundation Day of the State.


The Chief Minister honoured Ramakant-Umakant Gundecha brothers, Amritlal Begad, Janak Palta and Harchandan Singh Bhati with Madhya Pradesh Gaurav Award. Minister of State for Culture Surendra Patwa welcomed the guests. Well-known poet Shailesh Lodha entertained the audience with his poetry. The dance drama left the audience mesmerised with their emotional performance.


Playback singer Shreya Ghoshal’s melodious songs were a treat to the ears. At the outset, Suhasini Joshi presented the Madhya Pradesh song. The programme began with the Swasti Pujan, lighting of the lamp.


Former Chief Minister Babulal Gaur, former MP Kailash Sarang, Minister of State for Cooperatives (Independent Charge) Vishwas Sarang, Mayor Alok Sharma, MP Alok Sanjar, MLAs Vishnu Khatri, Surendra Nath Singh, Chief Secretary B P Singh, Director General of Police R K Shukla, Major General D P S Rawat and citizens in large number were present in the Foundation Day programme.