Prime Minister Madhya Pradesh rejected reports on anti -unchanged factors, saying that he was receiving a lot of love from everyone; He said that BJP was the only part he could ask his parliamentarians and the ministers of the Union to argue about the survey of the Council for his discipline; It also lists plans for women, farmers and paper loss control.
While the Bharatia Jatata Party is walking with a collective leadership stadium in the elections of the Madi Pradesh State Association and Prime Minister Chevroj Singhhan does not offer the ministerial face, Mr. Chahanhan says he will do any duty to be appointed by the party. It talks about the anti -compression factor, plans for women, exam leakage, and other issues. Excerpts:
If BJP gets majority, will we see Shivraj Singh Chouhan as next chief minister?
The BJP works on the basis of collective decision making. Matters here are not limited to just one family, as is the case in the National Assembly. Whatever the party leader decides, all workers will obey him. I am also a regular worker of the BJP and it is my duty to fulfill the responsibilities given to me by the party.
Do you think that standing on the coalition deputies and deputies in the state of Maadi Pradesh is a useful election strategy?
See, BJP believes in political transparency. Clean politics is our identity. All I can say is that BJP is the only party that can ask its MPs and Union Ministers to contest the Assembly elections and no other party can do that. This is the discipline of our party.
He has been Prime Minister for nearly two decades.
Do you think the anti-incumbency factor could be the factor that destroys the BJP this time
Those sitting in Delhi talk about things like anti-incumbency. Go to Madhya Pradesh and you will find that the BJP is only leaning towards the incumbent. I receive so much love from everyone. I became a brother and sister and was their mother (uncle) to the children. My commitment is to improve the lives of the residents of M.P.
Ladli Behna has given you more popularity among women. What other plans do you have for women in the future? We started with Ladli Lakshmi in 2006 so that her daughter would not be a burden but an asset. Most people consider their daughter’s marriage as a burden and hence will not allow her to give birth, so we have come up with Mukhya Mantri Kanya Vivah Yojana. Then we allocated 50% for women in civic body elections. Madhya Pradesh is also the first state to provide 30% reservation for women in police recruitment. We have now allocated 35% for girls in all government jobs, while in teaching jobs the percentage has become 50%.
There is a whole series of works like this. In 2017, I started donating INR 1000 to my Baiga sisters, Bharia and Sahara (three tribal communities with large populations in MP) and the results were amazing.
Today, 1.32 million women benefit from this program and their lives have already changed. Even within their families, standards of behavior have changed for them. They get more respect and their opinion is valued. We have come this far, now our further plan is to make every sister in Madhya Pradesh Lakhpati.
This means that he will have an income of at least INR 1 lakh per year or INR 10,000 per month. We have started doing this with the help of self-help groups. There are 53 lakh women in M.P. With SHGs about 15 lakh of them became lakhs and received INR 10,000 per month. Now, I want every sister to become a Lakhpati, someone who earns more than INR 10,000 per month, and become independent and financially capable without having to beg anyone. So this is the step for our future.
Farmers, especially in Bundelkhand, are struggling. Both the Center and the state are making efforts to resolve the water crisis, but can the farm loan waiver, as promised by the Congress, be implemented if the BJP government comes to power? From independence, the rule of Congress of the country and M.P. For decades. It is known that previous governments have met the study treatment in Bundelkhand. They have deceived our people only in the name of development. Today, when we have a twin-engine government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, we have got the Ken-Betwa Link project for the people of Bundelkhand which will solve the water crisis, especially the agricultural water crisis, and bring prosperity to people’s lives. From farmers.
Regarding agricultural loan forgiveness, we have done that. When we came to power, we paid around Rs 2,200 crore to waive off farmers’ loans. In the last three years, the BJP government has donated around INR 3 lakh to farmers’ accounts through various schemes. It is the BJP led by Prime Minister Modi that is donating Rs 12,000 to farmers in the name of Samman Nidhi.
What are your promises to the young MPs? For several years, there have been repeated and continuous cases of leakage of question papers in the country. What measures has your government taken to stop this? Do you have any future plans in this regard?
We don’t just make promises, we deliver. Youth are the future of the country and we have made great efforts to ensure employment opportunities for the youth force. We have started Mukhyamantri Sikho-Kamao Yojana (Learn and Earn Scheme). Even in the event of a leak of documents, we have applied utmost transparency in our investigations and have clear instructions on taking strict action against those found guilty of such behavior. We conduct checks in case of leakage of documents and ask the Judicial Committee to investigate them.
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