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Decision to increase PG seats in Bundelkhand Medical College, Shivraj cabinet approved these proposals

Shivraj Cabinet Big Decision: In the cabinet meeting on Tuesday (January 24), the Shivraj government approved several important proposals. Home Minister and spokesperson Narottam Mishra informed about the decisions taken in the meeting. He said that on February 2, the cabinet meeting will be held in Delhi on the occasion of the inauguration of the new Madhya Pradesh Bhavan. The spokesman said that in the meeting, the ministers were instructed to review the Vikas Yatra before February 5. Under the Livelihood and Urban Livelihood Mission, it was decided to give interest exemption on bank loans up to three lakhs to women self-help groups. 108. 97 crore was approved for the construction of Bandol Sagar Chandauri Kala road in Seoni district.

Shivraj cabinet gave green signal to several proposals

The cabinet approved the approval of 121.83 crores for Baktra Bharkachch Shahganj road in Sehore district. Approval of 108.17 crore was received on the internal construction of Baktra Siya Gahan Sagpur-Bodra Marg. 106.7 crore was approved for the construction of ABC Canal in Morena district. The cabinet gave the green signal to increase the PG seats in Bundelkhand Medical College, Sagar. 101.46 crore was approved for increasing 85 seats. The Public Assets Department approved the old bungalow of Guna for Rs 3 crore 59 lakh 27 thousand.

Infrastructure construction plan approved

It was decided to allot 6 crore 94 lakh 11 thousand in Lambakheda of Bhopal. It was decided to replace the laboratory teacher mentioned in clause 5 of the contractual school teacher. After the decision, the problems of compassionate appointments will go away. Administrative approval of 148.97 crore was given for SH 22 on Narmadapuram Muhasa Bawdi road and four lane level bridge over the river. Approval was given to start the infrastructure construction scheme in the urban body. The duration of the scheme will be for 2 years. For 2022.23 and 2023-24, a total of Rs 800 crore will be spent under the plan. A budget provision of Rs 200 crore was made for 2022-23. The provision for approval of the remaining 600 crores was also made in today’s cabinet meeting. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan presided over the cabinet meeting held at the ministry. 

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