Bhopal — Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Saturday said his government will ensure that road connectivity is made available to every village in the Bundelkhand region in the next three years.
Addressing a public welfare camp in the Sagar city of the region Chouhan listed welfare of the poor and deprived classes as the top priority of the State Government.
He said that the state government will provide employment to 10,000 youth through its Panchayat and Rural Development Department.
During his visit, Chouhan laid foundation stones for development works amounting to over 1.4 crores and distributed welfare cheques worth over Rs 19 lakh to 377 calamity-hit households.
On the occasion the chief minister was accompanied by state Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Gopal Bhargav, Agriculture Minister Ramkrishna Kusmaria, Parliamentarian Bhupendra Singh Thakur and a battery of public officials.