Team Absolute|Bhopal Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that there is a shortage of funds during the Corona crisis, but public welfare and development work will not be stopped in the state. He said that in the coming three years, pure drinking water will be delivered from house to house through tap and every poor will have their own fictile house. Chouhan was addressing the development festival cum Antyodaya Mela at Bumouri in Guna district on Friday by performing Bhoomi Pujan of development works worth about 640 crores. Chouhan said that before coming to Bamouri, 101 crore rupees have been transferred to laptops in the accounts of talented students. Mukhyamantri Kisan Kalyan Yojana has been implemented in the state, in which about 77 lakh farmers will be given the benefit of Kisan Samman Nidhi. He said that after the end of the Corona transition period, the Chief Minister’s Teerth Darshan Yojana will be started again. He also said that Khairua caste will be included in the Scheduled Tribes. The Chief Minister visited the farmers in the program to see their affected soybean crop. He said that the relief amount will be provided to the farmers in crops damaged by the excess rainfall. For this, instructions have been given to the district administration to conduct honest survey. A “New Dimensions of Development” booklet focusing on the development of Guna district was also released by Chief Minister Chouhan. On this occasion, he also wished the Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Mahendra Singh Sisodia, who is infected with the Corona virus, to be healthy soon. Sisodia addressed online from Bhopal’s Chirayu Hospital and expressed his commitment for the complete development of Bamori area. Rajya Sabha MP Jyotiraditya Scindia said that the government of the state is the government to convert every impossible task into a possible task. In the state, for the all-round development and public welfare of the state, Shiv-Jyoti Express will speed up developmental works.