Chouhan says power situation to improve by mid 2007
Bhopal, Apr 17 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today said his government was taking all possible measures for providing basic facilities of road, water and power and rapid construction of roads in Budhni and other areas was an example of the regime's functioning.
''The electricity crisis will be resolved by June 2007, to the utmost extent, with availability from Indira Sagar, Bansagar and Sardar Sarovar projects,'' he said while addressing an election meeting at Satrana.
The Chief Minister touched Nipania, Tachpura, Baniagao, Ameerganj, Sirali, Mangrole, Tikamod, Bhilai, Sevanai, Navalgao, Jhali, Kosmi and Sankota villages. Enthused by the visit, villagers took out rallies and elderly people told Mr Chouhan, ''You know the requirements of villages better.'' Describing April 24 bypoll as an opportunity to manifest a commitment to development, the Chief Minister said, ''The sole objective of the administrative machinery is to ensure happiness of the poor and the farmers. Administrative mechanisms will be evolved in a manner that will aid the poor and deprived sections to live with dignity.'' Mr Chouhan will visit 13 villages tomorrow. They are Rala, Soyat, Kalvana, Chandpura, Digvad, Sahagao, Jadid, Shamugao, Basania Khurd, Nandia Kheda, Baghbada, Itgarsi and Dova.
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