Nadda praises state government’s welfare policies


Staff reporter

Bharatiya Janata Party National Chairman JP Nadda spoke at a press conference at the BJP State Office, Bhopal on Wednesday and discussed in detail the achievements of eight years of Premier’s social government. Minister Narendra Modi. He also appreciated the public welfare policies of the state government. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, State BJP Chairman Vishnu Dutt Sharma, National Party General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, State BJP Leader Murlidhar Rao, Co-Leader Pankaja Munde and Minister of Interior Narottam Mishra were also present at the press conference.

Earlier, a huge reception was held outside the airport in Nadda’s honor. All ministers, deputies and deputies were also present at the state shed. A huge crowd of workers welcomed their National President Nadda with full of enthusiasm and zeal. While addressing the press conference, Nadda said that this year we are celebrating the centenary of the birth of our great sage, skilled organizer and former national party chairman, revered Kushabhau Thakre as “Sangthan Parv”. Under this, we have developed a comprehensive plan to strengthen each stand locally. There are about 10.40 lakh political booths in the country. Out of this, Bharatiya Janata Party organization has spread to about 8.50 lakh booths. Also in Madhya Pradesh, the BJP state unit grew numerically to 64,634 booths.

Continuing the discussion on the development journey of Madhya Pradesh, Nadda said that under the Ujjwala scheme, about 79 lakh poor women have been given gas connections in the state. Under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, about 42 lakh houses were built in the state. Under the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana, about 43.53 lakh metric tons of food grains have been distributed in Madhya Pradesh. Under Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi, about 82 lakh farmers in the state got benefits. In addition to the annual Rs 6,000 from the central government, Rs 4,000 is given to farmers in the state by the government of Shivraj Chouhan. In this way, farmers in Madhya Pradesh receive financial assistance of Rs 10,000 per year. Once upon a time, Madhya Pradesh was plagued with power shortage, today it is known as power surplus state. Financial aid of around Rs 589 crore has been given to street vendors in the state. Nadda said party workers have also contributed a lot to last mile delivery. About 50 crores of food packets were distributed by the party during the corona period, about 30 crores of masks and 3 crores of sanitizers were distributed. Arrangements have been made for migrant workers to reach the destination. Under Ayushman Bharat, 3 crores of people have benefited in the country and an amount of around Rs 23,000 crores has been spent by the Narendra Modi government at the Centre. India, which previously depended on other countries for vaccines, has now become a major vaccine hub.


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