Bhopal: Highlighting good governance during his tenure, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has said that his government has taken many steps for the betterment of the people which will be continued in future also.

On this occasion, Chauhan talked about bringing reforms in the electoral process. “Elections should take place at the interval of every five years,” he said.

Making it clear that the Lok Sabha polls and state assembly elections should be held simultaneously, Chauhan said, “Elections taking place at regular intervals hinder the process of development of the state.”

Demanding to put an end to practice of conducting polls at short intervals, Chauhan gave details on the works being carried out by his government for the betterment of farmers as well as employees of the state.

He said that farmers will be given a bonus of Rs 100 on wheat purchase. The same amount will be given on the procurement of paddy also.

(JPN/ Bureau)

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