15 Aug 2023

Madhya Pradesh: CM Shivraj Spells Out Vision For 2030 In I-Day Message

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan spelled out his vision for 2030 in his Independence Day message in Bhopal on Tuesday. The size of economy will reach Rs 45 lakh crore. Over one crore people will be lifted above the poverty line. Per capita income will be doubled. 

CM said agricultural production will be increased to 10 crore metric tons. Every farmer's field will be irrigated. Irrigation capacity will be expanded to 65 lakh hectares. Energy capacity will be increased to over 38,000 megawatts.

The Chief Minister took salute of grand Independence Day parade here in Bhopal. CM Shivraj further said that new roads with a total length of 1 lakh kilometers will be built. District headquarters will be connected with 4-lane roads, and urban local bodies will be connected with 2-lane roads. 

Nursing colleges will be established in government medical colleges

CM said nursing colleges will be established in government medical colleges. Each development block headquarters will have a hospital with at least 30 beds. Maternal mortality rate will be reduced to 100 per lakh, and infant mortality rate to 35 per thousand. The stigma of malnutrition will be completely eradicated. 

25,000 vacancies for govt school teachers will be filled

CM shivraj said over 6,000 CM Rise schools will be established. About 25,000 vacancies for government school teachers will be filled. More than 45,000 Anganwadi centers will be developed as pre-primary schools. A government college will be established in each development block, and each district will have an upgraded college. 

New Greenfield Airport, Industrial Corridor will be developed 

The number of women self-help group members will increase to 65 lakh, and their number will rise to 5.1 lakh. Exports will reach up to one lakh crore rupees, boosting Make in Madhya Pradesh. A new Greenfield Airport and Industrial Corridor will be developed between Bhopal and Indore and 5G services will be available throughout the state.

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