Govt committed towards welfare of poor: Rajnath Singh
   Date :23-Jan-2023

Rajnath Singh 
Staff Reporter
Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan visited Gadhara village in Singrauli district and distributed free land pattas to 57 poor families under the Mukhyamantri Awasiya Bhu-Adhikar Yojana. They met and interacted with the beneficiaries.
Union Defence Minister Singh congratulated the Chief Minister and the State Government for the benevolent work of distribution of residential patta to the landless and homeless. He said that the welfare of the poor is the commitment of our government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The welfare of the poor is our mantra and also our inspiration. In Madhya Pradesh, Chief Minister Chouhan is working with this basic mantra, he deserves thanks and congratulations. Chief Minister Chouhan said that today I am very happy to see the expression of happiness on the faces of the beneficiaries of the Mukhyamantri Awasiya Bhu-Adhikar Yojana. I am happy to see happiness on the faces of children. The Chief Minister said that every person has a right on a piece of land to live on. Residential pattas will be given to every poor family of the state.
The Chief Minister said that the poor families living on other’s land always had the fear of eviction. Similarly, the members of the poor families who had built houses on government land were increasing but their houses were not. To get rid of all these problems, Mukhyamantri Awasiya Bhu-Adhikaar Yojna is being implemented in the state. The Chief Minister said that pattas will be distributed under the scheme in all the districts of the state. Along with this, these beneficiaries will also be benefited from the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana.
Both leaders enjoyed local cuisine with the beneficiaries: Defence Minister Singh and Chief Minister Chouhan sat on the ground with the beneficiaries and tasted bathue ka saag, chane ki bhaji, bajra ki roti, haath poi roti, til laddoos, kodo rice and local delicacies. He said that self-satisfaction is achieved by providing food to the beneficiaries with love. With their affection, the heart is filled with joy and happiness. State’s Minister of Minerals and incharge of the district Brijendra Pratap Singh and MLA Devsar Subhash Verma also had food.
Poor beneficiaries are happy after getting ownership right of land: More than 25,000 families, who were waiting for land to build houses for years, became proud land owners after getting pattas from the Mukhya Mantri Awasiya Yojana. Their joy was apparent from their beaming faces after receiving the title deeds of the residential land. Beneficiary of Gadhara village Meena Baiga said that now I will also get the benefit of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana and now my dream of building a house will be fulfilled. Babulal Panika said that the Chief Minister has made us land owners by giving residential pattas.
Till now we were living in temporary houses built on other’s land. We were constantly under tension, but now we are free from worry. Kamla Saket and Lalchand Saket, who were benefited from the scheme, said that their dream of land has been fulfilled. We had never even imagined that we would get land to live on. The Government has taken good care of the poor for which we are grateful to the Chief Minister. Similarly, Santosh Baiga, Gopaldas Panika and other beneficiaries, who received the title deeds of residential land, also expressed their happiness.