Gram Panchayats to emulate the achievement of village Jamui of Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal: Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that corona virus is not over yet, we all have to learn the art of living in the midst of corona. According to experts, there is a possibility that a third wave of corona may come. The state government is fully prepared for this. All necessary arrangements are being made for this in advance. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that vaccination is a powerful way to prevent corona infection. Every gram panchayat of the state needs to use this Sanjeevani like the Jamui villagers of Shahdol district. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was addressing the felicitation ceremony organised on the achievement of cent percent vaccination in village Jamui during his stay in Shahdol today.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that all necessary precautions have to be taken to prevent corona infection. Do not leave the house without wearing a mask, maintain a distance of two yards, do not go in crowds, do not allow crowds to gather even in the markets, take care of cleanliness and must get vaccinated without paying heed to any rumours. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that now there is a need to implement ‘no mask, no goods’. The people of Jamui village have shown awareness even more than England and America.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that there is a saying that Ram Ji Chidiya Ram Ji Khet which means the government’s coffers are open for the poor. The government has decided to distribute food grains to the poor through fair price shops of which 5 kg is free and 5 kg at Re 1 till the month of November. Food grains will be distributed in 10 kg bags from August.

Certificates for namantaran (mutation), vaccination and Ayushman cards have been distributed under the revenue service campaign. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan has given namantaran certificate to Saurabh, vaccination certificates to Sudha Pandey, Gangu and Lalman and Ayushman card to Sejal Sahu under the revenue service and village service campaign started from June 1 in Shahdol division.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan laid the foundation stone of Gram Panchayat Bhawan in Jamui village at a cost of Rs. 20 lakh and Anganwadi Bhawan to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 7 lakh 80 thousand. The construction of the buildings will be done by the Department of Rural Engineering Services. He also announced the construction of community building in village Jamui.

Food and Civil Supplies Minister Shri Bisahulal Singh, Tribal Affairs Minister Sushri Meena Singh, Medical Education Minister Shri Vishwas Sarang, Minister of State for Panchayat and Rural Development and in-charge of Shahdol district Shri Ramkhelawan Patel, MLAs Sarvshri Jai Singh Maravi, Sharad Kol, Smt. Manisha Singh and senior administrative officers of Shahdol division and district were present.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan launched revenue service and village service campaign

Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan launched the revenue service and village service campaign from village Jamui in Shahdol district. It is worth mentioning that on the initiative of Commissioner Shahdol Division Shri Rajiv Sharma, Revenue Service and Village Service campaigns are being run in the division from July 1. Under revenue service campaign, the revenue cases of farmers will be resolved. At the same time, under village service campaign, various programmes related to corona vaccination, plantation, effective implementation of beneficiary oriented schemes and rural development will be implemented in rural areas.

Congratulated for awareness by visiting the village

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan visited village Jamui and met everyone including Sarpanch Shri Bhaiyalal Baiga, Up Sarpanch Shri Meenu Singh, Balram Gupta, Kamal Pratap Singh, Panchayat Secretary Shri Avinash Shukla, ANM Phulmati Singh, CHO Sonam Jaiswal and Sonia Pandey, Anganwadi workers Smt. Prabha Singh, Lalita Singh, Saraswati Kewat, Asha workers Geeta Kahar, Laxmi Mishra, Satyaprabha Mishra, who played a major role in vaccination work and appreciated the volunteers of Jan Abhiyan Parishad. He said that while still following the Corona protocol, adopt appropriate behaviour. The Chief Minister also honoured everyone. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that the message of cent percent vaccination in Madhya Pradesh should go from village Jamui to the country.