Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had a discussion with all the Commissioners, IGs, District Collectors, SPs, CMHOs, Municipal Commissioners, Municipalities, CMOs, in a virtual medium for the prevention of Covid 19 in addition to PM Modi’s call for 21 days Lockdown. He announced all the Pensioners’ payment of Rs 275 crore at the rate of 600 per month will be made to 46 lakh people. All the pension holders will now receive advance credit for two months. Tribals of Sahariya, Baiga and Bharia will get Rs 2000 per family as two months advance credit. Children under Mid-Day meal school scheme will get an amount of Rs 155 for students of Primary school and Rs 232 for students of Higher Secondary School. Labourers will be provided support under Sannirman Karmakar Mandal at the rate of Rs 1000 each person. The Chief Minister attended a loan sanction programme empowering SHGs organised in Bhopal. A loan amount of Rs 200 crore has been distributed to 1.30 lakh needy families as a part of the women empowerment scheme in Madhya Pradesh. Meanwhile, Chouhan also inaugurated the Indokh barrage project to enhance the water supply and irrigation in Indokh village, Ujjain. The project has been built around a cost of Rs 79.03 crores. At the inaugural ceremony, Chouhan said, “I aim to serve the people of this state. My government is about dedicating itself to the cause of the people. The project will now help in the effective irrigation of farms.” Time will only portray the real effectiveness of such activities to stand beside the affected and underprivileged.