Villagers should improve their condition by availing benefits from Government Schemes

Bhopal :July,2018 : The Governor Smt. Anandiben Patel visited Primary School and Aaganwadi Centre at Chhaigaonmakhan Block Headquarters of Khandwa District today and while interacting with children she distributed fruits to them. The children recited poems and narrated stories. MLA of Pandhana Smt. Yogita Borkar was also present on this occasion. Moreover, the Governor deliberated with persons benefitted by the Government schemes. Smt. Patel said that villagers should be conscious of the government schemes and avail benefits to improve their economic condition.

Collector of Khandwa Vishesh Gadhpale has informed that arrangement of students’ studies through Gyan Setu Audio-Video Lectures has been made in schools of the district, which are facing shortage of teachers. The Governor distributed cooking gas stoves to the beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Ujjawala Yojana in a programme held at School Campus. While addressing the villagers, Smt. Patel stated that 150 backward districts have been identified in the entire country by the NITI Aayog. Effective efforts are being made jointly by the Central and State Government to tackle problems like malnutrition in these districts.

Villagers should improve their condition by availing benefits from Government Schemes

Deliberates with members of Self-Help Groups

The Governor Smt. Patel deliberated with the beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Mudra, Ujjawala and Soubhagya Yojana. The beneficiaries have informed the Governor that transformation has come to their life today after getting the free electricity connection. Children have now been able to study in the light of bulbs. She also interacted with the beneficiaries of Jan-Dhan and Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana.

The Governor urged public representatives to provide special help to the malnourished children of their surrounding areas by adopting them.

The Governor Smt. Patel conducted tour of Chhaigaonmakhan area. She saw horticulture crop of the Progressive Farmer Narendra Singh Chouhan by visiting his farm and suggested farmers to adopt organic farming.