– Cabinet meeting held late night at Chief Minister’s residence
Bhopal (Hindustan Reporter) Under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, a meeting of the Council of Ministers was held late on Wednesday night at the Chief Minister’s residence office, Samatva Bhawan, in which many important decisions were taken in the interest of the state. All the proposals put forward in the meeting were approved by the Council of Ministers. According to the decisions of the Cabinet, now one time examination fee will be charged for the competitive examinations of the Staff Selection Board. Registration will also be one time. The cabinet has also given green signal to the formation of two new districts, Pandhurna and Maihar. Besides, the formation of 9 welfare boards was also approved.
Apart from this, 18 irrigation projects worth Rs 6000 crore have also been approved by the Shivraj government. Giving information, Water Resources Minister Tulsiram Silavat said that 18 major and medium irrigation projects were approved in the Council of Ministers meeting. These irrigation projects will provide irrigation facilities in about 2 lakh hectares. Apart from this, other decisions were also approved.
Meanwhile, Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang said that the Council of Ministers has approved the proposals put forward in the meeting in the interest of the state. He said that approval was given to create a new district by separating Maihar from the present district Chhindwara, Pandhurna district and Satna district. Now there will be one time examination fee and registration for Staff Selection Board examinations. Now scooties will be purchased in schools as per the wish of the toppers.
Apart from this, these proposals were also approved
– A new government college will start in Amarpatan.
– Under Niramay Yojana, government employees, workers, contract employees will get the benefits of Ayushman Bharat Yojana.
– A new medical college will start in Raisen district.
– It was also decided to increase the basic salary of forest guards.
– Decision to make Nahargarh, Simaria, Barodiya, Gandhinagar, Singhpur, Gulana, Rahatgaon, Beohari into municipal councils.
– Those working in the shops of cooperative societies will be given an additional remuneration of ₹ 3000 along with the salary.
– Under the food subsidy scheme, the beneficiaries sisters of Baiga Saharia Bharia will now be given Rs 1500.
Approval of site selection and proposals of 95 CM Rice School under Tribal Affairs Department.
– Approval to 10 new CM Rise schools
– Vivekananda Yuva Sansthan will be established in Madhya Pradesh.
Like Bhopal, Global Skill Parks will also be established in Gwalior, Jabalpur, Rewa and Sagar.
– Approval of 8 lane elevated corridor from Kamla Park to Sant Hirdaram Nagar in Bhopal.
– Vivekananda Youth Resource Center will be established for the youth at all 52 district headquarters.
– Approval to provide special ex-gratia grant from Rs 10 lakh to Rs 25 lakh to the dependent families of martyred forest workers.
– Approval of increase in initial grant and renewal grant and uniform allowance to the executive employees of the Forest Department, similar to that of the police.
– Increase in the rates of daily honorarium and allowances for performances to tribal and folk artists.
– Approval to open an excellent sports training institute in Raisen district.
– Approval to give an amount of Rs 1 lakh to Kotwars on their retirement.
Minister Sarang said that the Council of Ministers has also approved the formation of nine welfare boards. These include Madhya Pradesh Vishwakarma Welfare Board, Madhya Pradesh Rajak Welfare Board, Madhya Pradesh Swarnkala Welfare Board, Madhya Pradesh Telghani Board, Madhya Pradesh Kush Welfare Board, Madhya Pradesh Veer Tejaji Welfare Board, Madhya Pradesh Maharana Pratap Welfare Board, Jai Meenesh Welfare Board and Maa Puri Bai Keer Welfare Board. .
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