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Roadmap for making Madhya Pradesh 'AatmaNirbhar': Shivraj Singh Chouhan briefs PM Narendra Modi

 Bhopal/New Delhi: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Tuesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi and examined different issues, including the guide for a "confident Madhya Pradesh" in the following three years. 



As per official data in Bhopal, Chouhan met Prime Minister Modi at his home and talked about the accomplishments of the state over the most recent eight months alongside the advancement of the lead plans. 


Chouhan expressed gratitude toward the Prime Minister for the sum delivered by the Center under different heads as of late. As of late, the Central government delivered 22 lakh metric huge loads of urea in Rabi 2020-21, monetary help of Rs 611 crore during the flood emergency and Rs 860 crore to the state government under the CAMPA reserve. 


The Chief Minister disclosed to the Prime Minister about the guide for a confident Madhya Pradesh 2023 in the following three years. He said that the guide has been set up after concentrated meeting and conceptualizing of a few phases and levels with the dynamic collaboration of NITI Aayog and prominent specialists of the nation, delegates of UN foundations, scholastics and managerial authorities. Additionally, a duplicate of the guide was introduced to the Prime Minister. 


Chouhan said that the guide incorporated in general and comprehensive advancement of confident Madhya Pradesh. It has set long haul, mid-term and transient objectives for framework, great administration, wellbeing, training and economy and work. 


He notified the Prime Minister of the endeavors made by the state government in quickening financial exercises and expanding purchaser utilization during the Covid time frame. He gave point by point data about the current circumstance of Covid-19 in the state and complete arrangements identified with inoculation. 


He educated that panels have been established for coordination of inoculation for Covid-19 at state and area level and boards will be framed under the chairmanship of subdivisional officials for management and coordination at segment level in the state. 


Aside from this, Chouhan educated the Prime Minister regarding different public government assistance plans in the state - Prime Minister Street Vendor Scheme, Shram Siddhi Abhiyan, Chief Minister Rural Path Vendor Scheme, Empowerment of Self-Help Groups, Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Matri Vandana Yojana, Agricultural Infrastructure Fund and different plans.

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