Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who is serving in Madhya Pradesh since 2005 as chief minister, has made various promises to people of the state, however, a recent report raised serious concerns over government’s development plan.
Turra, a tribal village which is situated 30 kilometres from Satna district.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan made several promises including construction of toilets and houses however state BJP government has failed to provide a single house under PM Awas Yojna, a newspaper report claimed. Turra comprises of 90% SC/ST population and only Sarpanch has a ‘pucca’ house.
During Chitrakoot by-polls in 2017, Shivraj Singh Chouhan stayed at a tribal family’s home and further various officials of state departments visited the village to resolve problems faced by villagers.
Elderly people of the village have also expressed their resentments over callous attitude of government and said that, we have applied for Teertha Yatri Scheme, however not a single senior citizen has got an opportunity under the scheme.
Shivraj Singh led BJP government, who is trying to remain in power is facing a strong opposition from various groups of people in the state.