Soon after taking oath, Chouhan started the business of putting his promises into action by clearing four schemes and announced a major campaign to protect the girl child.
The schemes - rice at Re one per kilogram to poor, 'Mukhyamantri Khet-Sadak Yojana' to connect agriculture fields with roads, setting up of MP Madhyam Varg Aayog - a commission to address grievances faced by middle class people, and MP Vyapar Samvardhan Mandal for promoting industries to generate employment will come into effect from January 1, 2014.
"What we had promised before election I am fulfilling in front of you. It is a reflection of our transparent governance model," Chouhan told the gathering after the oath ceremony.
The Chief Minister said that he would start a campaign in a big way to generate awareness to save girl child.

"No nation can progress without saving their girls. We need to save girl child. It is our duty to ensure social and economic empowerment of women," he said.
The Chief Minister said that there would not be any new liquor shop opened in the state.
Chouhan that said he wanted to establish ‘Made in Madhya Pradesh’ as a brand worldwide for generating employment opportunities and producing quality industry products.
"Madhya Pradesh can do it," he said. Chouhan said that he would put in efforts to increase power production in the state and added that his government will try to provide water to every rural household.
Chouhan was administered the oath as Chief Minister for the third time in a row by Madhya Pradesh Governor Ram Naresh Yadav.


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