BHOPAL: Chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Saturday said that the economy of Madhya Pradesh will be made self-supporting and villages will see a spurt in rural infrastructure.

Chief minister Chouhan inaugurated 426 houses constructed under the Mukhyamantri Flood Relief Housing scheme in 40 villages of Budhni tehsil from village Somalwada and conducted a virtual ‘grih pravesh’ of the beneficiaries. Local BJP MP Ramakant Bhargava was also present on the occasion.

Chief minister Chouhan said that financial help would be provided from banks along with training to women self-help groups to link the products of villages. “Markets will also be made available by creating clusters of products”, he said.

Chief minister Chouhan directed the district collector to arrange loans and training from banks to women self-help groups in villages, including Somalwada.

Chief minister Chouhan informed that about 40 villages of Budhni were badly affected by the floods last year. “In these villages, 626 houses were sanctioned under the Mukhyamantri Flood Relief Housing scheme, out of which more than 400 houses have been inaugurated and the ‘grih pravesh’ of beneficiaries has been done”, he said.

Chief minister Chouhan also announced the construction of a mini anganwadi and school building in Somalwada on the demand of villagers, the construction of a road connecting six villages from Nandmer to Somalwada and a bridge.

Flood relief houses were sanctioned to 224 beneficiaries of 18 villages of Budhni janpad and 402 beneficiaries of 29 villages of Nasrullaganj janpad. Out of the 626 approved houses, 450 have been completed and 176 are in progress.

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