5 Mar 2024

Madhya Pradesh: Plan for metro rail in other cities including Jabalpur, Gwalior: CM Dr. Mohan Yadav

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav said that cleanliness in cities, modern transport means like metro, employment to youth are state government's priorities. Appointment letters have been given to employees. It is like a mini Kumbh, in which beneficiaries, government servants and institutions are being rewarded. He was rewarding select urban bodies for their outstanding work in Swachh Survekshan-2023 in Bhopal today.

Metro trains in other cities

Chief Minister Dr. Yadav transferred Rs 1000 crore for the development works of urban bodies. Bhoomi pujan of 8 stations was also performed for the second phase of Bhopal Metro project. Dr. Yadav said that there was a time when metro train was a dream for the people of the state. 

CM said after Bhopal and Indore, there are plans to construct metro rail lines in Jabalpur, Gwalior and other major cities of the state. To eliminate railway crossings in the state, the process of construction of 334 bridges along with construction of 105 railway over bridges has been started.

Dr. Yadav also released “Swachha Hum” booklet and “Sewage Management Policy 2024”. The programme was telecast live in all 413 civic bodies. Dr. Yadav gave appointment letters to 8 thousand 837 newly appointed employees. He symbolically presented 17 appointment letters.

Awards to civic bodies

CM Dr. Yadav presented the cleanliness awards to Shri Pushya Mitra Bhargava, mayor of Indore, the cleanest city in the country. Along with this, Bhopal Mayor Smt. Malti Rai received the award for the best clean capital. Apart from this, officials of the civic bodies selected for awards in various categories in the field of cleanliness, Ujjain, Saunsar, Mungawali, Naurojabad, Amarkantak, Budni, Badnawar, Vidisha, Shajapur and Khandwa were also rewarded.

Appointment letters presented

CM Dr. Yadav presented appointment letters to the officers and employees selected from the Staff Selection Board. A total of 8 thousand 837 appointments have been made. Appointment letters were provided to officers and employees appointed on various posts in the different departments.

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