Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had performed Kanya Pujan of minor girls to mark Dussehra festivities during the poll campaign in Raigaon.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Thursday transferred Rs 5.99 crore as scholarship into the bank accounts of 21,550 girls under his government’s Ladli Laxmi Scheme.
Those felicitated, included Bhopal girl and All India Women’s topper Jagriti Awasthi (who was ranked second overall in the final results declared recently).
The programme on October 14 will be telecast on TV and spread through computers, laptops and mobiles in every village to send a message to the daughters and their mothers, the chief minister said
The other BJP MLAs to have furnished the details include Assembly Speaker Girish Gautam, health minister Dr Prabhuram Chaudhary and ex-minister Rampal Singh.
Major jolt to MP Congress in tribal bastion as ex-minister Sulochana Rawat, son join BJP ahead of by-poll
Sulochana Rawat was a minister in the Digvijaya Singh-led erstwhile Congress government in the state two decades back.
Nath's fitness challenge comes in the wake of Chouhan, 62, repeatedly targetting him over his age and health, saying that he was resting in Delhi.
Chouhan also told officials that the state government will bear the expenses of the treatment of the 23-year-old woman who sustained burn injuries during the incident, the collector said.
Addressing chief ministers, state ministers and top officials of 10 Naxal-hit states, Shah also said that the fight against the Maoists has now reached its final phase.
Seats in both Jobat and Prithvipur have fallen vacant due to the deaths of sitting Congress MLAs from Covid-19 complications.
Confirming the development, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said, 'a judicial probe has already been ordered and four cops have been suspended.'
The CM also announced that the government will take care of the family of another tribal man Kanhaiyalal Bheel.
He also said that his government would construct houses for two brothers of the deceased and also provide them assistance of Rs 2 lakh each.
The law in the making will particularly focus on crackdown against organized mafia/syndicates engaged in rampant illegal mining, land sharks and the illicit liquor mafia.
The flash floods damaged 1874.18 km roads and 1583 bridges and culverts, 939 village panchayat buildings, community halls, and ponds.