Old illegal colonies in 413 cities of Madhya Pradesh to be legalized: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan
Old, illegal colonies in 413 cities of Madhya Pradesh would be legalised, announced Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Thursday in Mandsaur as the district observed its 'Gaurav Divas.'
CM Chouhan also took to Twitter and wrote, "The development of Mandsaur is our priority. Our government is working to change the lives of the people. Today, we are simplifying and deciding to legalize illegal colonies in all 413 cities at a nominal amount." (sic)
Making some big announcements, CM Chouhan said that rules would be simplified to legalize all old, illegal colonies in 413 cities of the state at a nominal amount.
Assuring the development of Mandsaur and other cities, CM said that the cities will be developed at a cost of Rs 20,000 crore.
He distributed Rs 150 crore to 1,50,000 beneficiaries of the first phase, Rs 200 crore to 1 lakh beneficiaries of the second phase and Rs 50,000 each to 2,371 beneficiaries of the third phase.