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Critically evaluate the Cooperative Movement in Madhya Pradesh.

In the last 103 years of cooperatives in Madhya Pradesh, the Cooperative Movement has made a significant contribution to the all-round development of the economically backward weaker sections of the society by removing its flaws. The cooperative credit facility has been extended to villages in far-flung areas. Cooperatives to increase agricultural production, farmers get the best manure, improved seeds, pesticides, plant protection, agricultural machinery, food distribution system in the public distribution system, purchase of farmers' produce at support price, consumers
Has been instrumental in housing facility, fisheries, dairy development, forest produce, weavers, seed production, educational training, and construction and operation of industrial units.

Under the efficient guidance of Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Cooperative Minister Shri Gopal Bhargava, many decisions have been effectively implemented in the interest of farmers. Today, the cooperative movement is progressing day by day. Many scientists of the world believe that in the coming time, India will take the form of economic power and stand in front of the world. Our rural areas will have special importance in the concept of growth and development. Development of our village country in the coming decades
Will be a model of The urban masses will be attracted to the villages and the increasing gap between urban and rural populations will be at a minimum level. The day
Madhya Pradesh is the fastest-growing state in terms of agriculture and infrastructure. The percentage of villages with paved roads, bank branches, and telecommunication facilities has reduced the distances. In agriculture, the attraction of farmers towards cash crops, per capita electricity consumption, agricultural credit, food grains, productivity, percentage of irrigated area is also increasing rapidly. The state is first in the country in the production of pulses and oilseed maize. For the all-round development of fishermen, 100 percent accident insurance, housing construction, and savings co-scheme is being given.

The promotion of the weaker sections of the society is the top priority of the government. Educational, economically and magically scheduled castes, tribes,
Many concrete steps have been taken for backward classes and minorities and people living below the poverty line in the field of cooperatives
In the last three and a half years, by taking many revolutionary decisions, they have been transformed into ground reality. Cooperative short term agricultural loans were being given to farmers in Madhya Pradesh till now. At present, loans are being provided to farmers at an interest rate of 7 percent.
For the economic revival of the agricultural credit sector, under the scheme of economic strengthening of the state's short-term credit cooperative institutions, Prof. A contract was executed between the Government of India, Madhya Pradesh, Government and NABARD to implement the recommendations of the Vaidyanathan Committee. With this agreement, the short term agricultural credit institutions of the state will be able to become stronger and stronger and make their mark at the national level.

In Madhya Pradesh Cooperative Society Act 1960 with a view to end political interference in the cooperative movement and administrative cleanliness
Important amendments have been made, now MLAs will not be able to become officers in MP cooperative institutions. No president or vice-president will hold office for eleven years or more. This should end the monopoly. will go . Now the Chief Executive Officer of the organization has become accountable to the Board of Management of the organization in place of the Chairman. The number of members of the governing board has been limited to 15.


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