Bhopal: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that a campaign will be launched for immediate disposal of revenue cases in the state. All the undisputed mutation, demarcation and other cases will be disposed of within three months. A cash reward of Rs one lakh will be given to any person who bring pending revenue case to notice. Referring to the compulsory retirement of an officer of Indian Administrative Service, Chouhan said if any public servant was found involved in corruption, his services would be terminated.
Chouhan was addressing the state-level Independence Day programme at Motilal Nehru Stadium here on Tuesday. He hoisted the national flag and took the salute at the function.
Chouhan said MP was developing fast, clocking a double-digit growth rate over the last eight years. The state’s GDP was growing at 12.21 per cent per year and per capita income was expected to cross the Rs 72,000 mark this year.
Chouhan called upon people to spare at least two hours once in a month for doing any work beneficial to society. He said 25 lakh Ladli Laxmis had been registered. Women had been given 50 per cent reservation in local bodies and 33 per cent in government jobs. Recruitment of women in police was being encouraged.
He said over 6 crore saplings were planted on the banks of Narmada on July 2. There should be a balance between development and environment, he emphasised. Chouhan said the state government was committed to the welfare of the employees. Service conditions of guest teachers had been improved.
Earlier Chouhan hoisted the national flag at CM House. He also conferred President’s medals and other awards on police officers and men.