Bhopal and Narmadapuram divisions have got relief in the budget in the first budget of the fourth term of Shivraj government. One of the three cancer medical colleges to be opened in the state will be set up in Bhopal. It will be based on the PPP model. Apart from this, a 50-bed police hospital will also be started in the capital. The central government had stopped the pension of Bhopal gas victims, but the state government has made a provision in the budget to provide pension to the victims.
The state government will reintroduce the pension of gas relief patients stopped by the central government. On Tuesday, Finance Minister Jagdish Deora presented the budget for the year 2021-22 in the Legislative Assembly. It has also been approved to develop an industrial area around Narmada Expressway going from Hoshangabad and Harda district coming to Narmadapuram division.
Transportation facilities for school
A pilot project will be started in Aathner in Betul district to provide transportation facilities for the children of government school from 9th to 12th. At the same time, it was also approved to build a bypass along the roads connecting several cities to Betul.
Medical College in Rajgarh
It is proposed to open 9 medical colleges in the state. A medical college will be opened in Rajgarh.
Status of center of excellence
Under Khelo India, shooting and rowing in Bhopal has been approved as the Center of Excellence status.
Metro and Smart City
In the budget, Rs 262 crore has been allocated for Bhopal and Indore for metro. At the same time, provision of 600 crores has been made for smart city cities.
This path passes through Hoshangabad and Harda districts. Industrial and commercial hubs will be developed on both sides of its path. This will increase the employment opportunities of the local people.
25 new roads will be built
25 new roads will be constructed in Bhopal, 33 in Sehore, 4 in Vidisha, 8 in Raisen, 9 in Hoshangabad, 9 in Harda, 7 in Rajgarh. Apart from this, 4 railway over bridges will be constructed at Bhopal, four at Sehore.