Rajgarh | Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday appreciated Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan restoring the lost glory of the state and taking it to great heights with the help of fast-paced development.
Addressing a public meeting while inaugurating the Mohanpura irrigation project in Rajgarh district, PM Modi said “Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s government has worked to restore the lost glory of Madhya Pradesh. Rs. 70,000 crore will be spent on micro-irrigation scheme by the government and I assure you that the Madhya Pradesh government will get all help from the Centre.”
पिछले चार वर्षों में केंद्र सरकार ने और बीते 13 वर्षो में शिवराज जी के नेतृत्व में यहां की बीजेपी सरकार ने गरीबों, पिछड़ों, शोषितों, वंचितों और किसानों को सशक्त करने का उत्तम काम किया है। pic.twitter.com/X30TBevmfA
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“I salute to those associated with these irrigation projects. People who carry the brick on his head, those who work with spade and shovel and those who operate even the smallest machines. Whether it’s summer or monsoon, those who toiled hard and are involved in nation-building are incredible,” he said while praising the workers who were associated in such large irrigation projects across the country.
PM Modi further said that the Mohanpura project is not only an example of rapid growth but also the way in which government works. “This project has been completed within approximately 4 years. Special attention has been taken of micro-irrigation, i.e. priority has been given to supply water to the farm by laying pipeline,” he added.
Speaking about the government’s plan for the upliftment of rural India, PM Modi said the Government is making sure that every village in the aspiring districts should have a gas connection in the near future, every household has an electricity connection, everybody should have bank accounts under the Janshana Yojana, everybody got a shield of security insurance.”
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