Bhopal: Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated and laid the foundation stone for a series of developmental projects worth Rs 7,500 crore in Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh, on Sunday. Chief Minister Mohan Yadav and his cabinet ministers were among the dignitaries present at the event.
The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) stated that these projects would greatly benefit the significant tribal population of the region. Additionally, Prime Minister Modi distributed 1.75 lakh Adhikar Abhilekh (records of rights) to beneficiaries of the SVAMITVA Scheme.
Furthermore, PM Modi transferred Rs 55.90 crore to 559 villages under the Pradhan Mantri Adarsh Gram Yojana. He also laid the foundation stone for the ‘CM Rise School’ in Jhabua. Additionally, the Prime Minister initiated several projects aimed at enhancing water supply and provisioning drinking water in Madhya Pradesh.
Among the projects, the ‘Talavada Project’ entails a drinking water supply scheme benefiting over a thousand villages in Dhar and Ratlam. Additionally, 14 urban water supply schemes under the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) 2.0 were announced, benefiting more than 50 thousand urban households across various districts of Madhya Pradesh.