The Madhya Pradesh government would be spend Rs 86,000-crore during the next five years on the development of cities across the state. “The government would develop the state’s cities by spending an amount of Rs 86000-crore during next five years,” Chief Minister Shivraj Singh announced while launching the third phase of ‘Nagar Uday Abhiyan’ at Jabalpur yesterday. Chouhan said the plan of development would be chalked out on the basis of people’s suggestions. “Cities are engines of development and also a source of employment. 30 per cent population of the state resides in 378 cities of the state,” he added. The CM said the state government has set the target of March 31 this year for making all cities of the state open defecation free.

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