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Government and administration will jointly finalize the roadmap said Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Team Absolute|Bhopal Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that a large-scale work will be done in the state in the direction of education, health, transport, employment, drinking water, tourism, infrastructure development and good governance, which will become the witness of self-reliant Madhya Pradesh. He said that there has been a national level participation in the webinars held between 7 to 11 August, in which a large number of better suggestions have been received from subject experts. These important suggestions are being included in the roadmap in the interest of Madhya Pradesh. Groups of ministers have been formed to prepare the roadmap. The report given by the Group of Ministers will be finalized in consultation with NITI Aayog. Four groups have been formed involving senior ministers of the Council of Ministers to make a roadmap for self-reliant Madhya Pradesh. These groups have been formed on the basis of the topics fixed for the webinar.
The Public Infrastructure, Cottage and Village Industries Minister Gopal Bhargava and Group Coordinating Officer ICP Keshari will be in the physical infrastructure group. The Good Governance Group will consist of Home, Jail, Parliamentary Affairs and Law Minister Narottam Mishra and Group Coordinating Officer SN Mishra. Education and Health Group will have Medical Education, Bhopal Gas Tragedy Relief and Rehabilitation Minister Vishwas Sarang and Group Coordinating Officer Mohammad Suleman. Similarly, in the Economy and Employment group, Commercial Tax, Finance, Planning, Economic and Statistics Minister, Jagdish Deora and Group Coordinating Officer Rajesh Rajora have been made. Other ministers will also join these four groups.
Chouhan informed that the Group of Ministers will submit its report by 25 August with important suggestions to be included in the interest of the state. The report submitted for Madhya Pradesh’s development and improvement program will again be discussed with the members of NITI Aayog. After this, the roadmap of self-sufficient Madhya Pradesh will be finalized. The action plan set in the roadmap is to be implemented with the target of three years. Chouhan said that the resolution taken for self-reliant Madhya Pradesh will be our first priority to fulfil it within the time limit.
Chouhan has expressed gratitude to all the institutions and representatives, including the Union Minister, Member of Parliament, NITI Aayog, who participated in the webinar, who presented their important suggestions in giving self-reliant Madhya Pradesh.

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