Madhya Pradesh receives MSEFC Excellence Award – CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Chief Minister appreciated the work of Shri Asudo Lachhwani of Shri Sant Hirdaram Nagar
Youths are benefitting from the innovation of Sita Jamra of Kanha National Park

Bhopal (| Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the state is constantly making achievements. It provides a feeling of pride and joy. After getting the top position in Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana, now the state has made another achievement. The MSME Department of Madhya Pradesh has been awarded the MSEFC Excellence Award-2022 by the Central Government for resolving delayed payments of MSMEs. This award has been given to the Micro and Small Enterprises Facilitation Council for strong recovery procedure and quick disposal of cases. Madhya Pradesh has received this award for getting delayed payment of more than Rs. 30 crore to MSME units. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said this to the media representatives after planting saplings in the garden located at Shyamla Hills.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that 73-year-old Shri Asudo Lachhwani, who retired from BHEL, is doing a commendable job of providing assistance and guidance to needy children and youth to complete their education and career building. The lifestyle of Shri Lachhwani, a resident of Sant Hirdaram Nagar of Bhopal, is full of simplicity. He has given guidance to many youths for career building. Under his guidance, many doctors, engineers, chartered accountants and company secretaries are serving in prestigious organisations today. Shri Lachhwani has also done the work of collecting tuition fees and educational materials for the education of needy children for the last 40 years. Due to this noble work done by him, 15 youths have become CA, CS, doctors and engineers in 7 years. He is also currently providing financial assistance to 65 children.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that Forest Range Officer Sita Jamra posted in Samanpur buffer zone of Kanha National Park has opened a free library for the youths of the tribal village. Books are being made available to the youths for the preparation of competitive exams from the library which began three months back. This library is not being operated in rooms with all facilities but in forest nakas and unused rooms. Youths from nearby villages come to this library to read books. All kinds of competitive exam related books, newspapers, information related to vacancies in government, semi-government departments and Rozgar Nirman newspapers are also available here. Sita Jamra is doing a commendable job of educating the youths along with the protection of forests and wildlife. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan appreciated the innovation of Forest Range Officer Sita Jamra.