Shivaraj lauds PM Modi, describing him as a "man of ideas."

BHOPAL:  Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday, calling him a "man of ideas."

The Chief Minister remarked at the Bhopal launch of the first-ever technical training programme for remote tribals, "Naredra Modi, the Prime Minister, is a thinker. Fortunately, the country's prime minister is a visionary. He not only has visions, but also plans to put them into action." Chouhan claims that the state's 51,000 villages require about  two lakh trained youth. On a trial basis, the Madhya Pradesh government has begun technical training programmes for tribal adolescents.

On the one hand, people are fleeing from rural areas, while on the other, skilled hands are in limited supply in the countryside, said the Chief Minister. "This deficit may be solved simply by improving the skills of people in rural areas," he stated. "In villages, every home has a bicycle. Who is going to fix them? Electric pumps are installed in every field. If they get burned, who will rewind them? In farming, a variety of mechanical equipment is employed. Who will maintain their functionality?" Chouhan said.

Chouhan, meanwhile, was seen at the Bhopal event playing 'dhol' and dancing with the tribal people.
BL Santosh, the BJP's national general secretary (organisation), who was also there, said, "At a meeting of 40 tribal MPs in Mumbai, the Scheduled Tribal Cluster Development Project was conceived. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it was postponed for two years." Santosh said, the project's first group of tribal kids is now being trained.

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