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Madhya Pradesh, next Yadav dream

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Samajwadi Party state president Akhilesh Yadav has said his party would take assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh slated next year seriously. He expects the party to do well .

Addressing a function to distribute unemployment allowances to the youths and Kanya Vidya Dhan to the girls in Jhansi on Thursday, Yadav said large number of leaders in MP have approached them with a request to field them in the assembly elections.

‘We have got request from Panna, Chatarpur and other districts where leaders have shown their interest to get SP ticket in the MP polls,' he said and added, ‘Due to the failure of BJP in MP and Congress at the Centre, people are looking towards Samajwadi Party in MP. We are expecting to do very well in Madhya Pradesh.’

Meanwhile talking about the development of Bundelkhand region, Yadav said that his government was always concerned for the region from day one.   ‘We have now focused on the region and several new projects would be launched very soon,’ he said while adding that the party's poll manifesto has also given much importance to the area.

He said that his party had fulfilled almost all the promises made during the assembly elections in UP and the remaining would be implemented very soon.

'Distribution of unemployment allowances and Kanya Vidya Dhan were the major promises of the government which had been fulfilled within a short period of six months time,' he said.

The CM also promised to improve the power scenario in Bundelkhand along with strengthen the roads. He also announced up-gradation of the Dhyan Chand Stadium along with other development schemes in the region.

UP government is giving Rs 1000 per month as  unemployment allowances to the unemployed youths while under the Kanya Vidya Dhan, girls passing class 12 were given one time financial assistance of Rs 20,000 while the minority girls are given Rs 30,000.

In Jhansi on Thursday, the CM gave Kandya Vidya Dhan to 1530 girls and unemployment allowances to 4526 youths.
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