Shivraj Singh Chouhan was addressing a programme organised at the state BJP headquarter to mark the death anniversary of Vijaya Raje Scindia, popularly known as the Rajmata of Gwalior.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's comments came against the backdrop of a controversy over web series 'Tandav' and registration of multiple FIRs in many states.
The Azim Premji Foundation will also set up a university in the state in 18 months for which 50 acres of land has been allotted.
“We couldn’t save Bhopal’s daughter. It’s not an ordinary incident, but very unfortunate. An SIT will probe the entire incident, no one will be spared,” the CM said on Friday.
CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that Rs 5,000 crores have already been paid to paddy farmers against the procurement of their produce on support price and 90% paddy has already been transported.
Home Minister Narottam Mishra demanded that the Centre draft a policy to regulate web series and OTT platforms.
He said the vaccine was completely safe and asked opposition parties not to mislead people on the coronavirus pandemic.
Covishield, Covaxin are safe, no need to panic over minor allergy after vaccination: MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan
First COVID-19 vaccine shot to be administered to a sanitation worker in MP on January 16, the CM said.
Two key accused -- Ramveer Rathore and Pappu Pandit -- are among 16 hospitalised after consuming the spurious liquor.
The Madhya Pradesh CM further said that as a result of his government's efforts, around 7,100 lost girl children have been rescued.
The ordinance entails a punishment of one to 10 years in cases of forced conversion, which includes forced or fraudulent marriage by hiding one’s original religious identity.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan reiterated that a stringent law with a provision of life imprisonment will be enacted to curb the incidents of stone pelting in Madhya Pradesh.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reviewed the bird flu situation in the state and directed officials concerned to take necessary preventive measures.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that strict action and law are needed against those who indulge in stone-pelting.
Singh also directed officials to prepare a secure system for the vaccination drive.