How long will the Ladli Behna Yojana program take? About the program, CM Shivraj Singh provided an important statement.

Bhopal: The Ladli Behna Yojana was just introduced by the Madhya Pradesh government. The program is being watched over by the CM, Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Ladli Behna is referred to as the CM’s ambitious proposal. Every moment he gets, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh observes the women filling out the papers for this program while also providing the staff with the appropriate instructions. On Saturday, the CM unexpectedly arrived at Bhopal’s Bhim Nagar Basti. He then spoke with the women at the Ladli Behna Yojana form-filling camp.

currently, CM visited a camp in Salkanpur, where he shared information about the program and filled out applications for a few sisters. CM Shivraj stated that the scheme would continue till all qualifying sisters sign up for it while speaking to the ladies in Bhim Nagar.

Benefits will apply to each sister. According to CM Shivraj, all of the state’s sisters would receive benefits from this program. We won’t separate qualified sisters. The sisters’ lives must be protected, and they must have faith in themselves. The Chief Minister stated that if you are happy, then your brother’s life is successful to become a  Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh

Describe how all qualified women in the state would get monthly grants of Rs 1,000 under this program called Ladli Behna Yojana.

Mind-blowing decision for Ladli Behna yojana

Alcohol stores banned According to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, one more task has been completed as of today. The alcohol stores have all been shut down. No one will now show up drunk and fight inside the house. The sister of the landowner, Shanta Bai Rajput, saw Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan while he was returning from Bhim Nagar and requested him to take a picture with him. When CM Shivraj noticed this, he called Shantabai nearby and had her picture taken. Let us inform you that Shanta Bai has worked for many years to keep Ballabh Bhavan, the government’s secretariat, clean.


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