All Welfare schemes implemented with public coordination: Shivraj Chouhan

Bhopal: On Wednesday, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that all welfare initiatives of the federal and state governments are being executed with the participation of the people of Madhya Pradesh. Chouhan was speaking at a Chief Ministers' summit organised by Prime Minister Modi in Varanasi on Tuesday about innovations and scheme implementation in his state.

The Centre's public welfare initiatives, such as the PM Swanidhi Yojana, Ayushman Bharat Yojana, Housing Scheme, and Swamitva Yojana, were implemented to benefit recipients across the state, and these schemes were only possible because of the people's participation.

Chouhan stated in his presentation of the state's development reports that the Madhya Pradesh government has introduced several welfare schemes for various categories of beneficiaries, and that all of the schemes were framed on the basis of suggestions or recommendations received from the ground level (gram panchayat).

Chouhan also stated that during the pandemic, 30,600 crisis management groups were formed at the district, development block, gramme panchayat, and ward levels for pandemic and vaccination management, which included religious leaders, public representatives, citizens, doctors, and sanitation organisation representatives.

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