Sidhi, MP, May 24 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today said small cases against people belonging to Scheduled Tribe community residing in forest areas would be withdrawn.
Mr Chouhan, while addressing a public meeting at Bilaunji near Baidhan on the occasion of granting Singrauli status of a separate district, said land deeds would be granted to tribals residing in forest areas before December 2005 so that they would peacefully cultivate their land and lead their lives.
He read out the government notification granting Singrauli status of a separate district. Biadhan would be its district headquarters.
Mr Chouhan said Singrauli would be developed as power capital of the country. Several private sectors industries are coming up in this district. Locals would get more employment in these industries.
He announced setting up of a 200-bed hospital in Singrauli, Rs three crore for Collectorate building and Rs one crore for infrastructural projects. He dwelt on various government schemes in detail.
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