MP Elections / CM Shivraj's announcement - If you pass 12th with 60 percent marks, you will get laptop, toppers will get scooty.

Zoom News : Nov 13, 2023, 01:30 PM
MP Elections: People-pleasing promises are being made by all the parties regarding the assembly elections in Chhattisgarh. Meanwhile, CM Shivraj has also made a big announcement. While addressing a public meeting, CM Shivraj has promised to give laptops to students who score more than 60 percent marks. Along with this, he has also announced to give scooty to the top 3 students. Let us tell you that CM Shivraj had reached an election rally in Sarangpur, Rajgarh. He made this announcement while addressing the people here. Along with this he also targeted Kamal Nath. He said that Kamal Nath had even stopped the bicycles of the children and had even given up their laptops.

Kamal Nath got the bicycle released

Actually, Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan reached Rajgarh regarding the assembly elections. Here he said that till now they used to give laptop if they got 75 percent, but now if they get 60 percent in 12th then they will give laptop. He further said that if he gets number one, two or three in 12th then he will get a scooty. Taking Congress to task, he said that our children want to buy a scooter, but Kamal Nath has even stopped cycling. He said that when Kamal Nath became the CM, he even got rid of the bicycle and also switched off the laptop.

Shivraj made other promises

Earlier, Shivraj had also announced to send money to the accounts of women. It is my resolve that I will not leave tears in the eyes of my sisters, my aim is to bring a smile on your faces. With this aim in mind I have made Ladli Brahmin Yojana. He further said that my dear sisters, you should not have to live in kutcha houses, that is why the Chief Minister has made the Ladli Behna Awas Yojana. Now permanent residences will be built for all the beloved sisters. In July, the state government had distributed an amount of Rs 196.6 crore in the bank accounts of 78641 students who passed 12th and scored more than 75 percent marks.