‘Sambal Yojana monitoring panel will have women too’

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 08 Jun 2018 11:42:23


 

Staff Reporter

CHIEF Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that Mukhya Mantri Jan Kalyan (Sambal) Yojana floated for welfare of labourers of unorganised sector will be constantly monitored at panchayat and ward-level. Objective of monitoring is to ensure benefits to maximum beneficiaries. He said that the monitoring committee will have five members and participation of women in the committee will be ensured. Chief Minister Chouhan was addressing tendu patta collectors and unorganised labourers’ conference at Amarwada Nagar of Chhindwara district on Thursday.


Chief Minister Chouhan announced opening of a Government college in Singodi and ITI at Amarwada on the occasion. He said that classes of MSc course will be started once the number of students is adequate in Government colleges.
Congratulating students on their success in NEET examination, Chouhan clicked photographs with them. He distributed benefits of various schemes to beneficiaries on the occasion. Chouhan performed bhoomipujan and dedicated 21 construction works worth about Rs 87 crore in Chhindwada district at the conference. He distributed bonus of Rs 6.74 crore online to over 32,000 families of tendu patta collectors.
The Chief Minister made tendu patta collectors at the conference wear charan padukas and presented them water bottles also. He distributed sarees to women collectors.


Chouhan gave information of various schemes for poor, labourers and farmers during the conference. He said that apart from labourers, people from poor section apart from other classes and farmers with ownership of land up to 2.5 acre will be given benefits of Sambal Yojana. He said that the Yojana will join these classes with the society’s mainstream.
Those present in the conference were Vice-Chairman of National Scheduled Caste/Tribe Commission Su Anusuiya Uike, District Panchayat President Kanta Thakur, Mayor Kanta Sadarang, Chairman of Bhariya Development Authority. Urmila Bharti, MLA Sarva Choudhury Chandrabhan Singh, Pandit Ramesh Dubey, Nanabhau Mohod and Nathan Shah Kavreti, Vice-Chairman of Mahakaushal Development Authority Santosh Jain, other public representatives, large number of tendu patta collectors, unorganised sector labourers, farmers and villagers.