Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has asked the street vendors, shopkeepers not to give the goods to any customer who has not put on a mask. It is essential to wear mask on yourself, keep soap and sanitizer at the shop, customers should maintain distance and buy goods. Shopkeepers should draw circles in front of their shops.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that work will start gradually from June 1. We now have to run a shop and also prevent the spread of corona infection. If you take full precautions, the corona will not spread and will end.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that vaccination campaign is going on in the state, every person must get vaccinated. All pledge to protect themselves and the family from corona.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan today transferred a total amount of Rs 61 crore from the Ministry through single click to 6 lakh 10 thousand rural street vendors at the value of 1-1 thousand rupees per beneficiary.
Got a loan of 10-10 thousand rupees easily
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan interacted through video conferencing with Shri Rajat Sen of rural road vendors Sehore, Shri Purushottam Mali from Guna, Shreemati Bhawani Bai Lodhi from Katni and Sushri Neha Karmele from Chhindwara. Everyone said that they got an interest-free loan of 10-10 thousand rupees easily under the scheme. With this he did his business. Rajat Sen runs a tea snack shop, Purushottam Mali vegetable shop, Bhawani Bai tea shop and Neha Karmale runs a grocery store. Everyone thanked the Chief Minister Shri Chouhan for the loan of Rs 10 thousand and support of Rs 1-1 thousand for the work.
Those who have cases in banks, they will get loan soon
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that at present, cases of 4 lakh 10 thousand rural street vendors are in banks, all will get an interest-free loan of Rs 10-10 thousand soon.